Watch this webinar entitled - Strategies for Better Rheology Data - Part One - Understanding the Instrument
Strategies for Better Rheology Data - Part One - Understanding the Instrument
Video credit: TA instruments
About this webinar:
Data are only meaningful if they are collected as part of a well-designed, well-understood experiment. This session will introduce and provide guidelines for the appropriate selection of experimental parameters and will help the viewer to understand what experiment types may be most informative for them.
- Basic Method Development Guidelines
- Temperature Range and Cycling
- Heating and Cooling Rate
- Purge Gas
- Advanced Thermal Analysis Methods
- Heat Capacity
- Modulated DSC (MDSC™)
- HiRes™ TGA
- Reaction Kinetics by DSC and TGA, including MTGA™
- Vapor Sorption
- Evolved Gas Analysis by Mass Spectroscopy
About the speaker:
Greg Kamykowski Ph.D. is a Senior Applications Scientist for rheology for TA Instruments US West region. He has a BS in chemistry from Loyola University of Chicago and a PhD in physical chemistry from University of Wisconsin – Madison, where he studied under well-known rheologist, Professor John Ferry. He has published several articles, presented at various conferences and meetings, and is involved with the Society of Plastics Engineers, the Society of Rheology, and ASTM.
Who should watch:
These training seminars are designed for scientists, chemists, technicians, and managers with any level of familiarity with thermal analysis and/or rheology instrumentation. The information presented will be helpful for those who run equipment day-to-day, manage their use, or simply rely on thermal or rheological data. Users of all makes and models of instrument will benefit from the training.