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Thermal Analysis UserComs from the Technology Leader

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UserCom 43Curve interpretation Part 6:
Variation of DMA measurement conditions
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UserCom 42Curve interpretation, Part 5:
TMA curves
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UserCom 41Curve interpretation, Part 4:
TGA measurements
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UserCom 40Curve interpretation, Part 3:
DSC curves and curves from other thermal analysis techniques
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UserCom 39Curve interpretation, Part 2:
Variation of heating and cooling rates
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UserCom 38Curve interpretation, Part 1:
Variation of experimental conditions
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UserCom 37Sorption experimentsmore details
UserCom 36Thermal analysis of polymers.
Part 6: TMA and DMA of elastomers
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UserCom 35Thermal analysis of polymers.
Part 5: DSC and TGA of elastomers
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UserCom 34Thermal analysis of polymers.
Part 4: TGA, TMA and DMA of thermosets
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UserCom 33Thermal analysis of polymers.
Part 3: DSC of thermosets
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UserCom 32Thermal analysis of polymers.
Part 2: TGA, TMA and DMA of thermoplastics
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UserCom 31Thermal analysis of polymers.
Part 1: DSC of thermoplastics
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UserCom 30Analytical measurement terminology in the laboratory.
Part 2: Uncertainty of measurement
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UserCom 29Analytical measurement terminology in the laboratory.
Part 1: Trueness, precision and accuracy
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UserCom 28Heat capacity determination at high temperatures by TGA/DSC.
Part 2: Applications
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UserCom 27Heat capacity determination at high temperatures by TGA/DSC.
Part 1: DSC standard procedures
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UserCom 26Optimum choice of method and evaluation in DMA measurements of compositesmore details
UserCom 25Choosing the right baselinemore details
UserCom 24Influence of absorbed moisture on the mechanical properties of Polyamide 6more details
UserCom 23How to determine the optimum experimental parameters for DMA measurementsmore details
UserCom 22Method development in thermal analysis. Part 2:more details
UserCom 21Method development in thermal analysis. Part 1:more details
UserCom 20The advantages of DSC cooling measurements for characterizing materialsmore details

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DSC measurements at high heating rates – advantages and limitationsmore details
UserCom 18The glass transition temperature measured by different TA techniques. 
Part 2: Determination of glass transition temperatures
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UserCom 17The glass transition temperature measured by different TA techniques. 
Part 1: Overview
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UserCom 16Interpreting DMA curves, Part 2more details
UserCom 15Interpreting DMA curves, Part 1more details
UserCom 14Interpreting DMA curves, Part 2more details
UserCom 13Interpreting TGA curvesmore details
UserCom 12Interpreting DSC curves;
Part 2: Isothermal measurements
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UserCom 11Interpreting DSC curves;
Part 1: Dynamic measurements
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UserCom 10DSC purity determinationmore details
UserCom 9Low-temperature calibrationmore details
UserCom 8Tips on model free kineticsmore details
UserCom 7Measuring specific heat capacitymore details
UserCom 6Calibrationmore details
UserCom 5Crucibles in thermal analysismore details
UserCom 4Optimum utilization of the internal database of the STARe software or TSW870 softwaremore details
UserCom 3Investigating unknown samplesmore details
UserCom 2Selection of the heating ratemore details
UserCom 1Different temperaturesmore details

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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