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McGill University Materials Characterization Workshop
Investigating the Aqueous Interactions of Bioactive Glasses via Vapour Sorption
The workshop is a free half-day event on Dynamic Vapor Sorption (DVS) and Inverse Gas Chromatography (iGC) techniques. DVS and iGC can characterize materials across product formulation, manufacturing and quality control.
Speakers will present applications and case studies in material characterization. This is an excellent opportunity to better understand the DVS and inverse GC techniques.
The workshop is for professionals and researchers interested in the physico-chemical properties of solid state materials. We aim to increase the awareness of these characterization techniques.
Date: Monday, 16th May2016
Time: 9:00am – 1:30pm (Eastern)
Venue: McGill University Faculty Club, 3450 McTavish, Montréal, QC H3A 1X9 To find on Google Maps, please click here >
0900 – 0930: Welcome/Registration
0930 – 0935: Introduction (Dr Dan Burnett, Surface Measurement Systems)
0935 – 1030: Investigating the Aqueous Interactions of Bioactive Glasses via Vapour Sorption (Professor Showan Nazhat, McGill University)
1030 – 1115: Fundamentals of Inverse Gas Chromatography for Measurement of Surface Energy Heterogeneity (Dr. Dan Burnett, Surface Measurement Systems)
1115 – 1130: Coffee break
1130 – 1230: Gravimetric Vapor Sorption for Porous Materials: Size and Chemical Selectivity (Dr. Dan Burnett, Surface Measurement Systems)
1230 – 1330: Lunch Q&A/Conclusion
For information regarding the programme, please email Mr Ron Gray.
Seats are limited and reservations are on the first come first served basis. To register, please complete the information below: