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Advances in Dynamic Vapor Sorption Methods and Surface Energy Characterization
The workshop will cover in-depth Dynamic Vapor Sorption (DVS) technique, from theory to common applications, and iGC-SEA (Inverse Gas Chromatography – Surface Energy Analyser), the most-advanced scientific instrument in determining surface energy. Both DVS and iGC-SEA are widely used techniques to characterize materials across different stages of product formulation, manufacturing and quality control.
The workshop is aimed for industry professionals, researchers and PhD students. Attendees will gain better understanding on the uses and benefits of DVS and iGC-SEA in characterizing powders, films, nanomaterials, microporous materials and fibers in the fields of pharmaceuticals, food, building material, personal care, energy and agrichemicals.
If you have questions regarding DVS and iGC-SEA applications, application scientists from Surface Measurement Systems will be happy to answer your questions.
Date: Thursday, 17th March 2016
Time: 10 – 4pm (GMT)
Venue: W102 Law Court Building, De Havilland Campus, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Herts, AL10 9EU
For more information, please email Ms Nektaria Servi.
1000 – 1015: Welcome / Registration
1015 – 1030: Introduction to Sorption Science (Dr Daryl Williams, Imperial College London)
1030 – 1130: Dynamic Vapor Sorption and its Application (Dr Daryl Williams, Imperial College London)
1130 – 1145: Tea/Coffee Break
1145 – 1230: Application in solid phase measurement using Dynamic Vapour Sorption Technique (Dr Mark Bloxham, Consultant in Particle and Powder Characterization at Tythrop Limited)
1230 – 1315: Lunch
1315 – 1400: Inverse Gas Chromatography for Materials Characterization (Dr Majid Naderi, Surface Measurement Systems)
1400 – 1530: DVS Instrument demo/Q&A
1530 – 1600: Conclusion (Tea/Coffee will be served)
Seats are limited and reservations are on the first come first served basis. To register, please complete the information below: