Written by AZoM
A new video in Micromeritics ongoing educational series has been posted to Micromeritics YouTube channel. Titled 'Fundamentals of Adsorption Measurement - Free Space 201', this video explores the difference between the Approximate Free Space Method and the Gemini Free Space Method.
Jeff Kenvin, Group Leader of Micromeritics Scientific Services Staff, explains each method and why the approximate method generates 100 times the error of the Gemini method.
Micromeritics ongoing series of short educational videos covers various material characterization topics of interest to scientists, researchers, and laboratory technicians, both academic and industrial.
View this video below or visit Micromeritics YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/micromeritics) for additional Micromeritics' educational videos.
Micromeritics provides a complete line of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment targeted exclusively for areas of application and research involving particle science and particle technology, including the expanding area of nanoscience. Particle size analyzers employ laser diffraction, sedimentation, and electrozone sensing. Physical adsorption and mercury porosimetry instruments determine surface area and porosity. Material density can be determined by gas pycnometry and solids displacement. Chemical adsorption techniques are used to determine the active area of catalysts, metal dispersion, and surface energy. Temperature-programmed chemisorption (TPD, TPR, TPO) techniques are utilized in the chemisorption product line.