DSC Characterization of Crystalline Structure in Foods and Pharmaceuticals: Apparent Melting (Part 2 of 3)

DSC Characterization of Crystalline Structure in Foods and Pharmaceuticals: Apparent Melting Part 2 Overview This webinar on “Apparent Melting” is part two of a three-part series on use of Differential Scanning Calorimetry to characterize crystalline structure of foods and pharmaceuticals. Although apparent melting looks like true/thermodynamic melting and causes a loss of crystalline structure,…

Interfacial Rheology: Fundamental Overview and Applications

Interfacial Rheology: Fundamental Overview and Applications Overview Interfacial rheology dominates the behavior of many complex fluid systems. Whether the system is characterized by a fluid-fluid interface or fluid-air interface, these characteristics influence the behavior of biological systems, oil recovery, personal care products, food and more. Learn the basic forces that drive interfacial dynamics and…

DSC Characterization of Crystalline Structure in Foods and Pharmaceuticals (Part 1 of 3)

DSC Characterization of Crystalline Structure in Foods and Pharmaceuticals Part 1 Overview The determination of the crystalline structure that exists in a pharmaceutical material is critical to fully understanding the inherent properties of the resultant drug. The crystal structure can influence the drug’s properties, such as stability and dissolution rates, as well as impact the…

Designing New Materials for Additive Manufacturing: Vat Photopolymerization

Designing New Materials for Additive Manufacturing: Vat Photopolymerization Overview 3D printing, or additive manufacturing (AM), provides opportunities to create previously unattainable geometric objects through layer-by-layer fabrication. Novel macromolecular structures and synthetic methods coupled with unique printing methods lead to 3D part generation with micron-scale resolution and tunable to emerging technologies. By tuning polymer structure,…

Long Term Stability Analysis of Monoclonal Antibodies

Long Term Stability Analysis of Monoclonal Antibodies Overview Characterization of biopharmaceuticals during all development phases is critical to the candidate selection process and the ongoing production of the active material. Some recent efforts to achieve patient self-administration has required high API concentrations (100-300 mg/mL). Development concerns for the high concentration formulations are denaturation, aggregation…

DLF 2800

DLF 2800 The most powerful system for accurate and precise thermal diffusivity measurements up to 2800°C. << View all Flash Diffusivity Analyzers Description Features Specifications Technology Performance Software The Discovery Laser Flash DLF 2800 is an advanced freestanding instrument for the measurement of thermal diffusivity and specific heat capacity of materials from room temperature to…