Micro Reaction Calorimetry - Applications for the Chemical & Pharmaceutical Industry
- Type: Live Webinar
Micro-reaction calorimetry can rapidly determine exothermic and endothermic reaction enthalpies, as well as perform thermal characterization for applications beyond scaleup. Micro-reaction calorimeters can execute thermal, isothermal, titration, and temperature-scanning studies to determine heat capacities, thermal stabilities, enthalpies of hydrogenation, gas flow measurements, and more.
This free webinar provides an overview of micro-reaction calorimetry for experienced users as well as those new to calorimetry. Attendees will learn how these small-volume calorimeters can more quickly, safely, and efficiently accomplish the tasks of large-volume models. The instructor will also detail the technology’s ability to measure the enthalpy change that occurs during catalytic hydrogenation, as well as its gas-flow measurement capabilities.
Attendees will learn:
- What applications micro-reaction calorimeters are suitable for
- How micro-reaction calorimetry can accomplish the tasks of large-volume calorimeters
- How hydrogenation and gas-flow options further extend the capabilities of micro-reaction calorimetry
Steve has worked at Thermal Hazard Technology for more than 20 years. In his current position Steve is THTs main µRC product specialist and is involved in providing technical support, installation and training. He joined the company after graduating from Durham University with a degree in molecular biology and biochemistry and a diploma in business analysis from Lancaster University. Steve is based in THT’s head office in Bletchley, UKRead more
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