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TG-DTA-DSC Thermal Analysis,  MSE Supplies

TG-DTA-DSC Thermal Analysis

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Starting from $59 per sample, MSE Supplies offers professional TG-DTA-DSC Thermal Analysis Materials Characterization Services using NETZSCH STA 449 Jupiter, TA Q500 or similar instrument. 

Single method (TG or DTA or DSC) pricing:

Maximum temperature below 800°C: $59 per hour (minimum cost for 1 hour)

Maximum temperature 800-1100°C: $65 per hour (minimum cost for 1 hour)

Maximum temperature above 1100°C: contact us for quotation

Multiple methods (TG-DTA-DSC) pricing:

Maximum temperature below 800°C: $65 per hour (minimum cost for 1 hour)

Maximum temperature 800-1100°C: $78 per hour (minimum cost for 1 hour)

Maximum temperature above 1100°C: contact us for quotation

* Note: Data analysis service is not included in the list prices.

Highlights: High Quality Data, Competitive Pricing, Technical Support by PhD Scientists.

Please contact our PhD scientists to discuss your sample characterization requirements. Email: tech@msesupplies.com

Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) measures the amount and rate of change in the weight of a material as a function of temperature or time in a controlled atmosphere. Measurements are used primarily to determine the composition of materials and to predict their thermal stability at temperatures up to 1200°C. The technique can characterize materials that exhibit weight loss or gain due to decomposition, oxidation, or dehydration. The applications are included:
  • Thermal Stability of Materials
  • Oxidative Stability of Materials
  • Composition of Multi-component Systems
  • Estimated Lifetime of a Product
  • Decomposition Kinetics of Materials
  • The Effect of Reactive or Corrosive Atmospheres on Materials
  • Moisture and Volatiles Content of Materials
DSC is used to measure melting temperature, heat of fusion, latent heat of melting, reaction energy and temperature, glass transition temperature, crystalline phase transition temperature and energy, precipitation energy and temperature, denaturization temperatures, oxidation induction times, and specific heat or heat capacity. DSC measures the amount of energy absorbed or released by a sample when it is heated or cooled, providing quantitative and qualitative data on endothermic (heat absorption) and exothermic (heat evolution) processes. This technique can be used to determine the thermal properties of plastics, adhesives, sealants, metal alloys, pharmaceutical materials, waxes, foods, lubricants, oils, catalysts, fertilizers, shape-memory alloys, and intermetallic compound formation.
  • Only non-corrosive samples can be analyzed in this very sensitive instrument. And no organic or other materials containing F, Cl, Br.
  • Temperature can range from -120°C to 725°C, though an inert atmosphere is required above 600°C.
  • Pans of Al, Cu, Au, Pt, alumina, and graphite are available and need to be chosen to avoid reactions with samples.
  • Atmospheres: nitrogen, air, oxygen, argon, vacuum, controlled mixed gases.
  • Sample size: from 0.5mg to 100mg.

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