New Castle, Delaware, USA. September 21, 2016 – TA Instruments is pleased to announce the latest in their series of online practical scientific training courses, broadcasting on October 5th, 2016.
This second part in A Practical Approach to Thermal Analysis is focused on the techniques, experiments, and data related to Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA). The content is designed for both experienced and new users of the TGA technique. Attendees will learn the basics of TGA, Evolved Gas Analysis (TGA-Mass Spectrometry), HiRes® TGA, Modulated TGATM (MTGA) measurements, instrument calibration & verification, how to design optimal experimental conditions, and tips for presenting great data.
“Thousands of attendees benefited from our first section on Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC). Our surveys showed that over 97% of respondents found the course content and format valuable. Additionally, over 93% would recommend the course to co-workers. Like the previous DSC section, this course will help any scientist get the most out of their investment in a TGA system – any TGA system,” promises Terry Kelly, President of TA Instruments.
All TGA users are invited to attend this free training series and are encouraged to register for the live broadcasts to get the most out of the course. Interactive Q&A sessions will be conducted at the end of each the live event. “We are looking forward to hosting this educational and professional discussion open to thousands of TGA users. We will continue to offer these very popular training modules in the future to include a wide breadth of topics under thermal analysis, rheology, microcalorimetry and more,” says Ed Moriarty, Director of Worldwide Marketing. Detailed information on this course can be found at www.tainstruments.com.
TA Instruments – a subsidiary of Waters Corporation (NYSE: WAT) – is the leading manufacturer of analytical instruments for thermal analysis, rheology and microcalorimetry. The company is headquartered in New Castle, Delaware, USA, and has direct operations in 24 countries.
Contact: Ed Moriarty, Director of Worldwide Marketing at +1.302.427.1033.