TGA/STA-FTIR

The whole carrier and evolved gases flow through a heated transfer line (up to 300 °C) and in an FTIR gas cell. Chemical groups of the gaseous molecules are identified according to their specific absorption of IR light wavelengths. The Gram-Schmidt signal – i.e. the integral of the whole spectrum or of chosen, chemical function specific regions – is generally overlaid with the mass variation. Experimental spectra can be compared with ones from reference materials libraries for identification of evolved substances.
– Features: Chemical function specific signals
– Benefits: Applicable to the detection of families of substances in complex gas blends evolved from decomposition of organic samples

TGA/STA-FTIR : THEMYS TGA/STA-EGA (Evolved Gas Analysis)

THEMYS TGA/STA-EGA (Evolved Gas Analysis)

Silmultaneous Thermal Analysis Platform (STA) with Evolved Gas Analysis (EGA) from ambient to 1600°C The THEMYS is the NEW benchmark for modular thermogravimetric analysis. The THEMYS is available in various platforms: Standard Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA), high pressure TGA, Simultaneous Thermal Analysis (STA) TG/DSC, Differential Thermal Analysis / Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DTA/DSC), and Evolved Gas Analysis […]

TGA/STA-FTIR : LABSYS高温同步热分析/热重分析-气体联用分析仪

LABSYS高温同步热分析/热重分析-气体联用分析仪

TGA-EGA and Simultaneous STA-EGA, from ambient to 1150°C or 1600°C THE HIGHLIGHTS Simplicity of use: thanks to both an ergonomic design and the dedicated market leading Calisto software, LABSYS evo is user friendly and intuitive to operate – LABSYS evo offers a “Plug & play” gas analyzer coupling device,enabling simultaneous MS, FTIR or GC/MS connections. […]

TGA/STA-FTIR : SENSYS高温同步微量热-气体联用分析仪

SENSYS高温同步微量热-气体联用分析仪

An innovative line of Thermal Analyzers (-120 / 830°C) with 3D-Inside technology: TG-DSC-EGA The HIGHLIGHTS Thermogravimetry Excellent TG signal baseline: the symmetry of the microbalance, with its sample and reference suspended vertically from the beam guarantee reproducible positioning of the sample over time and excellent stability of the TG signal baseline. Automatic compensation of Buoyancy: the sample […]

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