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Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC)

Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) is the most frequently used thermal analysis technique alongside TGA, TMA and DMA. DSC is used to measure enthalpy changes due to changes in the physical and chemical properties of a material as a function of temperature or time. The method allows you to ...

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Safety by Design: Calorimetry in Chemical Development

Uncovering potential safety issues of non-scalable conditions, such as inductions, accumulations, heat or mass transfer issues, are required to develop and scale a process in a safe and robust way. Traditionally, this information is not generated until late in the scale-up phase. By implementing ...

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Thermal Analysis of Cosmetics

Cosmetics are used for skin care and for decorative purposes. Nowadays, they have become almost as important for men as for women. Cosmetics include skincare creams and makeup such as lipsticks, eye shadow, nail polishes and hair sprays. Thermal analysis methods are used for studying raw ...

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Good Dropping Point Practice

Technical products such as ointments, synthetic and natural resins, edible fats, greases, waxes, fatty polymers, bitumens, and tars have no defined melting point. They soften as the temperature rises and gradually melt down over a relatively large melting interval. The determination of the ...

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Good Melting Point Practice

The melting point is without doubt the thermal value most frequently used to characterize materials. It is a characteristic property of a substance. It is the temperature at which the solid phase changes to the liquid state. In general, melting point determination is used in research and ...

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Purity Determination by Thermal Analysis

Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is the most widely used thermal analysis technique. A well-established application is the purity determination of organic substances. The method is based on the van’t Hoff law of melting point depression of eutectic systems. Purities between 90 and 100 mol% ...

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Determination of the Glass Transition

Glass transitions occur in all non-crystalline or semicrystalline materials and lead to significant changes in material properties such as thermal expansion, the specific heat capacity or modulus. Because the glass transition is very sensitive to chemical and physical structure, it can be used to ...

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Specific Heat Capacity Determination

The specific heat capacity (cp) is an important, temperature-dependent material property and is often specified in material data sheets. It can be conveniently and reliably measured by DSC. The specific heat capacity is a key property for improving technical processes such as injection molding, ...

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Thermal Analysis of Composites

Composite materials are widely used in many industries because of their unique properties such as low weight, attractive price, wide stiffness range, long fatigue life and good wear resistance. Thermal analysis techniques such as DSC, TGA, TMA, and DMA are ideal for characterizing such materials. ...

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Safe and Cost-Effective Capsule Filling for Pre-Clinical and First-In-Man Studies

Safety and cost benefits of using Quantos for semi-automated capsule filling to prepare early-phase clinical materials are presented by CoreRx Inc.

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