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Powdered and Porous Material Characterization Technical & Application Notes

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APP# Title
105

New: Shedding New Light on Phototcatalyst Performance. Part 2: Chemisorption Capacity and Reactivity

104

New: Shedding New Light on Phototcatalyst Performance. Part 1: Surface Area and Pore Size Analysis

103

New: Breakthrough Curves of Polar and Nonpolar Vapors on Activated Carbon

102

Graphene and Graphene-Related Materials: Fundamental Techniques for Structural Analysis

101

Surface Area, Pore Structure and Density of Hair Fibers

100

Through Pore Size Characterization of Filtration Materials

 

 

TN# Title
73

New: Effects of Using Different Wetting Fluids on Capillary Flow Porometer Results

72

Temperature Programming Techniques for the Evaluation of Brønsted and Lewis Acid Sites in Zeolite Catalysts.

71

On the Choice of Valves and Valve Sealing Materials for Gas Sorption Analyzers.

70

Pore Size Characterization of Filtration Materials

69

Aspects of the 2015 IUPAC Recommendations for Physical Adsorption Characterization.

67

The Use of Mixture and Pure Gas Adsorption Isotherms for Further Calculations and Predictions.

66

Super-Ambient Pressure Gas Separation Studies Using Breakthrough System Coupled With Mass Spectrometer.

65

Breakthrough Curves on Carbon Molecular Sieves - Experiment and Modeling.

64

Determination of Breakthrough Curves and Effective Gas Sorption Capacities.

63

Intelligent Design Eliminates Potential Cross-Contamination in Gas Sorption Instruments.

62

Pulse Titration on the Chemstar.

61

Temperature Programming Capabilities of the Chemstar.

60

Porometry, Shape Factor, Contact Angle and Tortuosity.

59

Physical Adsorption Characterization of Microporous Materials: Vacuum vs. Flow Outgassing.

58

Optimizing Gas Sorption Parameters to Minimize B.E.T. Surface Area Analysis Time.

57

Using The Aquadyne DVS to Date Archaeological Material.

56

Water Vapor Sorption by Pharmaceuticals.

55

Obtaining High Resolution, Low Pressure Isotherms with a Constant Volume/VectorDose™ Method

54

Automated Software Assistant for the Proper Calculation of BET Area of Microporous Materials.

53

Application of Quenched Solid Density Functional Theory (QSDFT) for Pore Size Analysis of Cylindrical and Spherical Pore Carbons.

52

Adsorptives for Physisorption Experiments: Selection and their Properties.

51

Low Surface Area Analysis by Krypton Adsorption at 77.4K .

50

Physical Adsorption, comments on Hysteresis Scanning, Part 1.

49

Measuring Pores in the Walls of Hollow Fiber Membranes (Porometer 3G)

48

Accurate Pore Sizing of Track-Etched Membranes (Porometer 3G)

47

Differentiating Air Filters by Capillary Flow Porometry (Porometer 3G)

45

Kinetics of Water Vapor Sorption by Fruit (Aquadyne DVS)

44

Water Vapor Sorption by Milk Powders (Aquadyne DVS)

42

Mercury Porosimetry for the Characterization of Specialty Papers (PoreMaster)

41

Thermal conductivity detectors (TCD’s) for flow-based measurements

40

Application of QSDFT (quenched solid density functional theory) - a novel density functional theory for an accurate pore size analysis of disordered porous carbons

39

Characterizing thin-film low-k dielectrics using krypton adsorption

38

Pycnometers Aid Osteoporosis Research

37

Hydrogen Adsorption: Experiment and Application

36

Comments on the Proper Selection of Adsorption or Desorption Branches for Mesopore Size Analysis (Gas Sorption)

35

Micropore Size Analysis of Porous Carbons Using CO2 Adsorption at 273 K (0°C)

34

Some Aspects of Quantachrome's NOVA (NO Void Analysis) Technology

33

Pore Network Modeling from Mercury Intrusion/Extrusion Porosimetry

32

Practical Methods to Prevent Sample Elutriation in Vacuum Volumetric Gas Sorption Analyzers

31

Pore Size Analysis by Gas Adsorption, Part I: Aspects of the Application of Density Functional Theory

30

Tapped Density in the Pharmaceutical Industry (Autotap)

29

Elevated Saturation Vapor Pressure of Liquid Nitrogen (Why Po > P ambient)

28

Attaching a Mass Spectrometer to the ChemBET

27

State-of-the-Art Zeolite Characterization: Argon Adsorption at 87.3 K and Advanced Density Functional Theory Methods (NLDFT, QSDFT)

26

Percentage of Solids in a Slurry (Pycnometer)

25

Catalyst Evaluation by Temperature Programmed Reaction (TPR)

24

Geometric (Envelope) Density without Mercury (Tap Density)

23

Comparing Features and Benefits of Various Cryogenic Bath Level and Temperature Control Devices

22

Alternate Method to Determine Density of Cement (Pycnometer)

21

Achieving High Accuracy and Precision in Helium Pycnometry

20

Submicropore Analysis (MIP & Gas Pycnometer)

19

A Method for the Determination of Ambient Temperature Adsorption of Gases on Porous Materials (Pycnometer)

18

Determination of Micropore Surface Area by Nitrogen Adsorption (t-plot method)

17

Combining Fast Turnaround Analytical Techniques for the Rapid Estimation of Micropore Volume and Micropore Surface Area

16

Effect of Coating of Catalyst Supports in Mercury Porosimetry

13

Hysteresis, Entrapment and Wetting Angle in Mercury Porosimetry

11

Isotherms from Mercury Porosimetry

10

Pore Spectra from Mercury Porosimetry

9

Hysteresis in Mercury Porosimetry

8

Desorption Isotherms by Continuous Flow (Flow surface area instruments)

7

B.E.T. Constant and Site Occupancy

6

Chemisorption Surface Titration (Pulse / Flow method)

5

Representative Sampling for Surface Area Measurements (Rifflers)

4

Particle Structure (Surface Area)

3

Low Surface Area Using Krypton in Flow Instruments (Monosorb)

1-2

Small Volume Calibration for BET and Low Surface Area Measurements (Monosorb)

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