Malvern to Showcase Rheology Solutions in California

Applications and product specialists from Malvern Instruments are participating as both exhibitors and speakers at the XVth International Congress on Rheology, which takes place in Monterey, California from 3-8 August 2008.

The Congress convenes every four years and brings together the world’s leading rheologists to present advances and developments in this field. As part of the exposition that runs alongside the International Congress, Malvern will show the latest products from its range of rheometers and viscometers. Contributing to the congress, Dr Torsten Remmler, Rheology Specialist Malvern Europe, will present a paper detailing work performed in conjunction with researchers from the Institute for Dynamic Material Testing at the University of Ulm in Germany.

Dr Remmler’s presentation is entitled ‘Linear viscoelasticity on short timescales: Real-frequency mechanical spectroscopy up to kHz range’. It will cover the advantages and limits of classical oscillatory rheometry, and introduces the handling and principle of operation of a high frequency option adapted for a commercial rheometer. Typical examples for real frequency spectra on soft matter, such as weak gels, polymer solutions and suspensions, will be shown.

With a broad range of materials characterization technologies in its portfolio, and a deep understanding of both rheology and particle characterization, Malvern is uniquely positioned to help its customers understand and exploit the relationships between particle and rheological parameters.

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