Insights from Industry
'Insights from Industry', a dynamic series of interviews at the cutting edge of the materials industry. Every interviewee is a leader in their particular field and is hand-picked to give an informative and accessible insight into their chosen field. These interviews are guaranteed to keep you in the know in a rapidly changing industry.
The attoTMS is a fully programmable measurement platform, used for investigating electrical transport properties of samples and devices at cryogenic temperatures and in high magnetic fields.
In this interview, Dr Damiano Cattaneo is interviewed about the importance of dynamic vapor sorption and how it is a vital measurement in various industries such as pharmaceuticals and biomaterials.
AZoNetwork speaks to Dr Chris Blomfield about the history and future of Kratos analytical a leading surface analysis company and how the important their user meetings are
We provide extremely sensitive solutions for real-time trace gas and aerosol analysis based on mass spectrometry.
Their are several misconceptions about using optical technologies to measure different surfaces in different kinds of environments, AZoM talks to Michael Schmidt about how ZYGO are developing technologies that overcome the misconceptions.
In this interview, Silcotek talk about their range of Bio-inert coatings that are playing a dominant role in improving HPLC applications.
Offering reliable performance coupled with low installation costs, the Wedge Meter II flow element is the next step for downstream chemical, oil and gas applications. In this interview, Paul Wilson, lead sales of DP Flow Primary Products, from ABB, talks to AZoM about the benefits of the WedgeMeter II and how it is designed to meet almost any process condition.
The micro-distillation method, which is based on fundamental thermodynamic dependencies, consists in measuring vapor and liquid temperature, together with monitoring the pressure inside a special micro-distillation flask as the sample distils under atmospheric pressure.
Electronic devices are now so ubiquitous that it is impossible to imagine life without them. However, new types of electronics are emerging that rely on semiconductor materials other than silicon. For example, wearable, transparent, and flexible electronics can enable a new generation of devices and applications which were not possible using silicon.
In this interview, Gregg Sitton, HSC Manager, from Evonik Jayhawk Fine Chemicals talks to AZoM about how they implement safety training for their staff and customers for handling fine chemical custom manufacturing.