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Differential Scanning Calorimetry : DSC 1 from Mettler Tolledo


Contact: petr.fiurasek [at] mcgill.ca (Petr Fiurasek) - Location: OM47

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Application

Differential scanning calorimetry is based on the well-proven Boersma or heat flux principle in which the heat flow of a sample and a reference measurement are compared.
The highly sensitive ceramic sensor is used to measure the difference between the heat flows.

Features

  • Temperature range: RT to 700 ˚C
  • Number of thermo couples: 56
  • Sensor type: ceramic, FRS5, FRS5 + high
  • Typical sample weight: 5-10 mg
  • Resolution: 0.04 µW
  • Temperature accuracy: ± 0.2˚C
  • Temperature precision: ± 0.02˚C
  • 34-position auto sampler
  • Cooling: fan
  • Purge gas system: nitrogen or air

 

 

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