BET Characterization of Specific Surface Area, Pore Size, Porosity Analytical Service
Our BET characterization services are designed to quickly and accurately analyze the surface area, pore size and porosity of a sample. Designed for reliable accuracy, our advanced technology and rigorous QA/QC protocols ensure results to be high quality. Reduce research time and maximize efficiency with our trusted analytical services.
Starting from $60 per sample, MSE Analytical Services offer professional BET Surface Area, Pore Size, Porosity Characterization Service using Quantachrome SI or Micromeritics ASAP 2460.
Specific Surface Area (SSA) Only: $60 per sample
Meso pore sample BET: $115 per sample
Micro pore sample BET: $200 per sample
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The BET (Brunauer, Emmett and Teller) theory is commonly used to evaluate the gas adsorption data and generate a specific surface area result expressed in units of area per mass of sample (m2/g). The technique is referenced by several standard organizations such as ISO, USP and ASTM.
This method is widely used for most materials, but is most reliable for materials with a Type II or Type IV isotherm with sufficient level of interaction between the adsorbate gas and the surface. For materials with other types of isotherms, the BET theory may not apply for various reasons and therefore should be treated with caution.
Prior to analysis, the sample must be preconditioned to remove physically bonded impurities from the surface of the powder in a process called degassing or outgassing. This is typically accomplished by applying elevated temperature to the sample in conjunction with vacuum or continuously flowing inert gas. This process must be carefully controlled and monitored in order to generate the most accurate and repeatable results.
The specific surface area of a material is then determined by the physical adsorption of a gas (typically nitrogen, krypton, or argon) onto the surface of the sample at cryogenic temperatures (typically liquid nitrogen or liquid argon temperatures). The choice of gas to be used is dependent on the expected surface area and the properties of the sample. Once the amount of adsorbate gas has been measured (either by a volumetric or continuous flow technique), calculations which assume a monomolecular layer of the known gas are applied. BET surface area analysis must be done in the linear region of the BET plot, which could be systematically evaluated using the Rouquerol transform. Contact us today for BET porosity, pore size, and surface area analysis.
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