Take some minutes to peruse this latest edition of OnSet to catch up on the latest news at NETZSCH. Among other things, this issue will introduce a new member of the NETZSCH Group, feature a research report from the field of ionic liquids and present two innovative instrument systems.
NETZSCH GABO Instruments GmbH with its headquarters in Ahlden, Germany – approx. 60 km north of Hannover – is one of the leading manufacturers of high-load DMTAs worldwide. Together with our new colleagues, we are on the right path to becoming the world's top supplier in dynamic-mechanical analysis.
In their research report, Dr. Efimova and Professor Schmidt from the Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU) Cottbus-Senftenberg investigate the decomposition mechanisms of 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium halogenides as an example for ionic liquids by means of thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) and TGA-QMS coupling. The objective was to estimate maximum operating temperatures for long-term use.
The NETZSCH new DIL 402 Expedis
® dilatometer series – featuring the revolutionary NanoEye measuring system – and the new high-temperature LFA 467 HT HyperFlash ® now augment the NETZSCH product line. Interesting reports covering the topics thermoreflectance, measurement in humid atmospheres and the unique NETZSCH AutoEvaluation and Identify features round out the OnSet.
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