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Practical Aspects of Kinetics Determination by Thermal Analysis

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Practical Aspects of Kinetics Determination by Thermal Analysis

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About this webinar:

This presentation describes how DSC and TGA are used to obtain kinetic parameters and the relative merits of each approach. Guidelines will be given for the selection of the best approach and insight will be shared regarding the common uses of kinetic parameters specifically for hazard evaluation and lifetime estimation. Finally, a few practical suggestions will be made that guide the experimentalist to obtain the most reliable results.

About the speaker:

Roger Blaine is a retired principle scientist for TA Instruments, a global supplier of thermal analysis, rheology and microcalorimetry test instruments. Dr. Blaine holds a PhD in analytical chemistry from Oregon State University. He has over 100 publications on the applications of thermal analysis. Dr. Blaine is a founding member of the ASTM International Committee on Thermal Analysis and the Thermal Analysis Forum of the Delaware Valley. He is an Emeritus member of the North American Thermal Analysis Society (NATAS) having served as its President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Roger currently serves as a consult for thermal analysis standards and regulatory affairs.

Who should watch:

If you're interested in kinetics, thermal analysis and hazard evaluation, this is the webinar for you.

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