Batteries and Battery Material Testing

이산화탄소와 같은 온실가스 배출 감축은 2015년 파리 협정의 주요 목표입니다. Net-zero 탄소 배출을 달성하기 위한 감축 전략에는 더 효율적인 운송, 재생 가능 에너지 채택, 가정과 사무실에서 에너지 효율 향상 등이 있습니다. 운송 효율성을 개선하고 재생 가능한 에너지원의 채택을 용이하게 하는 방법 중 한 가지로는 리튬이온 배터리 기술 개발이 있습니다. 리튬이온 배터리는 최근 전기자동차(EV) 및 하이브리드…

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Instrumentation and Software Insights of Rheology and Thermal Analysis

Instrumentation and Software Insights of Rheology and Thermal Analysis Overview: Instrumentation and Software Insights for Polymers and Adhesives The world of rheology is always developing in terms of the instrumentation used to characterize polymers and adhesives. In this presentation, we will discuss some fundamentals of polymer and adhesive testing, as well as some accessories that…

Instrumentation and Software Insights of Mechanical Testing

Instrumentation and Software Insights of Mechanical Testing Overviews of each session: Instrumentation and Software Insights for Polymers and Adhesives The world of rheology is always developing in terms of the instrumentation used to characterize polymers and adhesives. In this presentation, we will discuss some fundamentals of polymer and adhesive testing, as well as some accessories…

Improving Li-ion Battery Technology through Advanced Material Analysis

Improving Li-ion Battery Technology through Advanced Material Analysis TA Instruments and Oxford Instruments invite you to join us for an informative session discussing key advancements in battery development technologies. As the number of use-cases for battery products expand rapidly, standards for performance and reliability are becoming more demanding and exacting than ever before. Technologies provided…

Next Level Native Biomolecular Characterization: Sensitive, Reproducible, Label Free and Immobilization Free

Next Level Native Biomolecular Characterization: Sensitive, Reproducible, Label Free and Immobilization Free Isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) and differential scanning calorimetery (DSC) are widely accepted techniques for analysis of molecular binding and molecular structure stability. Researchers will gain an in depth understanding of how to deploy these powerful tools into their existing test panels, to ensure…

Biophysical Characterization of Antibodies in a Suspension: Solutions for Slurries

  Overview Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is typically used during biopharmaceutical development to characterize a biomolecule through its thermal stability and unfolding profile. Here we demonstrate the suitability of DSC for studies of opaque solutions and slurries. Because of its universal indicator, heat, the technique can be applied to samples with magnetic or polystyrene beads,…