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  • Advancements in Instrumentation for Viscosity Measurements

    Advancements in Instrumentation for Viscosity Measurements

    Wednesday, August 28, 2013
    Technical Article
    Robert G. McGregor
    The electronics revolution within the instrumentation industry has continued at an extraordinary pace, as can be seen with the many recent improvements in display technology and “smart” operating ... read more
  • Viscosity Measurements as a Sensitive Method for Product Shelf-Life Testing

    Viscosity Measurements as a Sensitive Method for Product Shelf-Life Testing

    Monday, August 27, 2012
    Application Note
    David J. Moonay
    Companies that create personal care products such as cosmetics often perform shelf-life testing to determine stability. read more
  • Small-Scale Vane Rheometry

    Small-Scale Vane Rheometry

    Tuesday, August 02, 2011
    Application Note
    David Moonay
    Vane rheometry continues to become more well-known and popular. read more
  • The Double Life of Structured Fluids

    The Double Life of Structured Fluids

    Sunday, August 01, 2010
    Application Note
    Neil Cunningham, Bob McGregor
    The products we stir, pump, spread, pour, and spray are usually thought of as liquids. Surprisingly, however, it can be demonstrated that they live a quiet double life as liquids when observed,but ... read more
  • A Multifrequency Temperature-Modulated Technique For DSC

    A Multifrequency Temperature-Modulated Technique For DSC

    Sunday, January 01, 2006
    Application Note
    Markus Schubnell, Christoph Heitz, Thomas Hütter, Steven Sauerbrunn, Juergen E.K. Schawe
    In conventional differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), a sample is subjected to a temperature program with a constant heating rate. As a result, the DSC instrument delivers an output signal, which, ... read more
  • A High-Sensitivity Sensor for DSC

    A High-Sensitivity Sensor for DSC

    Friday, August 05, 2005
    Application Note
    Rudolf Riesen, Blaine Weddle
    A dramatic increase in sensitivity at low signal noise without a significant loss in signal resolution has been achieved with the HSS7 high-sensitivity sensor. read more
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