Hot stuff for cool heads - Thermal values and thermal analysis
First class sensor technology
Unrivalled resolution provides proof of even the smallest sample effects
METTLER TOLEDO provides practical examples along with valuable tips and tricks for thermal analysis.
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|Excellence melting point systems |
Simple and accurate determination of melting point and melting range thanks to One Click™ shortcut principle and video-recording.
|Thermogravimetry – TGA/DSC1|
TGA, with top-of-the-line METTLER TOLEDO ultra-microbalance ensures unbeatable accuracy.
|Differential Scanning Calorimetry - DSC 1|
Innovative sensor technology with unsurpassed sensitivity makes even the measurement of the weakest sample effects possible.
TA1 from METTLER TOLEDO, 1964
Some thermal analysis history!
1887 - The French chemist Henry Louis Le Chatelier (1850-1936) performs the first modern thermo analytical (TA) measurement
1899 - William Chandler Roberts-Austen (1843-1902) is considered the inventor of the Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA)
1915 – The Japanese metallurgist K. Honda published the first Thermo Gravimetrical Analysis (TGA) with constant weight measurement
1955 –S. L. Boersma invented today's heat flux Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
1964 – The first commercial TGA/DTA measurement system, the TA1, was introduced by METTLER TOLEDO
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