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Nano DSC

The Nano DSC differential scanning calorimeter is designed to characterize the molecular stability of dilute in-solution biomolecules. The Nano DSC obtains data using less sample than competitive designs. Solid-state thermoelectric elements are used to precisely control temperature and a built-in precision linear actuator maintains constant or controlled variable pressure in the cell. Automated, unattended continuous operation with increased sample throughput is achieved with the optional Nano DSC Autosampler.

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MV one

The MV one Mooney Viscometer incorporates the latest measurement technology for the traditional Mooney viscosity, Mooney scorch, and stress relaxation measurement in the rubber industry. The MV one is a fully featured instrument configured for standard viscosity, scorch and stress relaxation (linear, logarithmic, ISO, Mooney Stress-relaxation Rate) testing of rubber compounds under isothermal test conditions at constant speed of 2 rpm. An optional continuously variable motor mode allows tests over a speed range of 0.1 to 10 rpm. The MV one Mooney Viscometer is equipped with low mass rotors that meet all relevant ASTM, ISO, and DIN standards. All TA Instruments rubber testing instruments are constructed on ultra-rigid test frames and include direct drive motors, precision temperature control and the powerful and intuitive Scarabaeus Control and Analysis Software.

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Must Know Analytical Techniques for Biopharma Developers

eBook Must Know Analytical Techniques for Biopharma Developers A guide to pivotal analytical techniques for biopharmaceutical formulations and development Five takeaways you’ll learn from this eBook: Assess biopharmaceuticals qualitatively and quantitatively – including differentiation between conjugate types and drug-to-antibody ratios Determine ideal formulation conditions and identify changes during drug manufacturing or storage Gain a clear…

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Multi-Specimen Fatigue 16

To reduce time and costs for developing fatigue life (s/n) curves for NiTi, CoCr, and SS stent materials and structures, TA ElectroForce has configured multi-specimen test systems utilizing the versatility of the ElectroForce® 3200 and 3330 test instruments. Both systems include the enhanced measurement capability of the TA ElectroForce High Accuracy Displacement Sensor. This enables an even wider range of testing by improving low-amplitude displacement measurements, all through a single, easy-to-use displacement channel. The sensor is calibrated to the highest accuracy class, Class A, of ASTM E-2309

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Multi-Sample X3 DSC

TA Instruments invites you to Discover the possibilities with the Discovery X3 Differential Scanning Calorimeter featuring a multi-sample cell that delivers high quality heat flow data for up to three samples simultaneously. The Discovery X3 DSC combines industry-leading performance with the tools to increase productivity on every level of material research. TA Instruments’ commitment to innovation enables scientists and engineers to reach their goals faster and make critical decisions with confidence.

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Multi – Specimen Fatigue ElectroForce 3300 from TA Instruments

Now available from TA Instruments is the best in multi-specimen fatigue testing in stent materials and more is the ElectroForce Series Multi-Specimen Fatigue system for the 3300 and 3200 load test frame systems. Both systems include the enhanced measurement capability of the TA ElectroForce High Accuracy Displacement Sensor. This enables an even wider range of…

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Morphology Of Complex Nanoparticle Mixtures

Morphology Of Complex Nanoparticle Mixtures The performance of new materials and devices depend heavily on morphological considerations: degree of crystallinity, conformation of amorphous species, and relative organization of one species with respect to another, characteristics which can be determined by thermal analysis. These considerations are important for functional materials such as photovoltaics and MEMS devices,…

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