Metrohm USA is pleased to announce the winner of its 2017 Young Chemist Award, Aldin Malkoc. Aldin is completing his graduate work at Arizona State University where he works under the supervision of Professor Michael Caplan, Chair of the Biomedical Engineering Department, and Assistant Professor Jeffrey LaBelle.
Mid-IR chemical imaging is an established quantitative technique that combines the benefits of infrared spectroscopy and microscopy to provide snapshots of a sample’s chemical composition and distribution.
As materials approach the nanoscale, quantum phenomena in thermal and electrical conductivities become important. The Hall effect and Seebeck effect play an important role in the probing of these materials and are currently the subject of intense research.
Proceq, who introduced the first portable hardness tester almost fifty years ago, have developed a next-generation portable hardness tester.
What to Expect from Pittcon 2017
Heterostructures: A “Wonder” Material
By Benedette Cuffari
Researchers Create Much-Anticipated 2-Dimensional Polymer Textiles
By Liam Critchley
Flexi-Crystal- A Novel Inorganic Material that Can Switch Between 8 Crystal States
Researchers Create Structurally Optimised Thermoplastic Buckypaper Composites
Monolayer Boron- A Potential 2D Anti-Corrosion Coating
Innovative Multi-Layered Magnetic Material Behaves as an Electric Switch
Meta-Material Capable of Shaping Sound Waves Revolutionizes Medical Imaging and Personal Audio
Analysis of In Vivo Polymerization and Creation of Supercapacitors in Plants
Cutting Edge Technology in Most Confined Spaces
From InfraTec GmbH
Instron® Releases Bluehill® Universal Software Designed for Touch
Potroom Insulation Measurement
Metrohm USA Breaks Ground on New $20 Million Facility in Florida
From Metrohm AG
Researchers Establish Oxidation Resistance of Small-Sized Oxide Nanostructures
New Multiblock Polymer Additive Could Facilitate Recycling of Plastics
Dr. Jeremy Rowlette
The Spero-QT is a new and enhanced infrared imaging system, developed by Daylight Solutions, that can be used in label-free chemical imaging for tissue analysis and powder characterization.
Donald K. Cohen
Donald K. Cohen, Ph.D., founder of Michigan Metrology, talks to AZoM.com about the history of 3D optical profiling, it's development and industry applications.
The MicroCal PEAQ-DSC manual instrument provides easy-to-use, highly sensitive microcalorimetry that helps to reduce the time and cost associated with comparability analysis and stability testing. The MicroCal PEAQ-DSC is a manual instrument with a cleaning device, which can be upgraded to an automated version upon request.
IS-Instruments has launched an ultra high throughput/etendue OEM spectrometer designed for Raman spectroscopy, including stand-off measurements ranging from 2 to 3 m.
The new iXon Life EMCCD platform from Andor? is available exclusively for fluorescence microscopy applications.
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