Dr. Jürgen Schawe presents why fast scanning chip calorimetry is the ideal complement to conventional DSC with heating and cooling rates now covering a range of more than 7 decades.
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Lauded as the fastest commercially available chip calorimeter, Flash DSC is ideal for studying rapid crystallization and reorganization processes, and is able to operate in temperatures from -95 to 1000 °C. These ultra-high cooling and heating rates have considerably progressed the study of thermally induced chemical processes and physical transitions, allowing the study of the crystallization and reorganization of a range of materials including metals and polymers like never before.
Key Topics Include:
- Melting of PET at different heating rates: comparing Flash DSC to conventional DSC
- Crystallization behavior of polypropylene
- Isothermal crystallization behavior of a bulk metallic glass (BMG)
- Melting of a BMG at high temperatures
- Separation of melting and decomposition in prednisolone
- Glass transition of a silica glass