Published on 03-08-202212:00 PM by
qpham289| Updated on 03-08-202212:01 PM
Surface area and pore size are fundamental properties that define the performance characteristics of porous materials and powders, such as electrode materials, metal oxides, catalysts, carbon black and various organic compounds. These materials are used across a range of products like batteries, adsorbents, tires and pharmaceuticals, and in environmental applications.
Gas adsorption is the most relevant technique to measure these properties. Over decades, speed and precision have been an either-or choice when using gas adsorption for surface area and pore size analysis. This webinar will detail how today’s state-of-the-art gas sorption technology brings velocity -speed vectored at precision - to surface area and pore size analysis.
Key Learning Objectives:
Importance of surface area and pore size to material properties
Fundamentals of gas sorption technology
Improving repeatability and reproducibility
Increasing sample throughput
Who Should Attend:
Quality Assurance Teams
Brought to you by:
Martin Thomas Lead Scientist, Anton Paar Quantatec
Melissa O'Meara Forensic Science Consultant, C&EN Media Group