- Product CategoryDifferential Scanning CalorimetryDifferential Scanning Calorimetry
- Messmethode DSC DSC
- Messparameter Melting enthalpies Melting enthalpies Melting temperatures Melting temperatures Crystallization enthalpies Crystallization enthalpies Crystallization temperatures Crystallization temperatures Glass transition temperatures Glass transition temperatures Solid-solid transitions Solid-solid transitions Oxidative stability (OIT, OOT) Oxidative stability (OIT, OOT) Cross-linking reactions Cross-linking reactions Polymorphism Polymorphism Phase diagrams Phase diagrams Liquid crystal transitions Liquid crystal transitions Compatibility Compatibility Purity Determination Purity Determination
- Norm ISO 11357 ISO 11357 ASTM E967 ASTM E967 ASTM E968 ASTM E968 ASTM E793 ASTM E793 ASTM D3895 ASTM D3895 ASTM D3417 ASTM D3417 ASTM D3418 ASTM D3418 DIN 51004 DIN 51004 DIN 51007 DIN 51007 DIN 53765 DIN 53765
- Temperature Range von -150 bis 600
- Heating Rate von 0.001 bis 100
- Cooling Rate von 0.01 bis 50
- Temperature Accuracy
- Gas Atmosphere inert inert oxidizing oxidizing reducing reducing static static dynamic dynamic
- Purpose Pressure Pressure
Numerous physical processes and chemical reactions are influenced by the surrounding gas pressure. In practise it is therefore often necessary to conduct DSC measurements under an increased pressure.
With the high-pressure Differential Scanning Calorimeter, DSC 204 HP Phoenix®, thermal effects in a sample can be analyzed in the pressure range from vacuum to 15 MPa (150 bar) and at temperatures from -150°C to 600°C, depending on the type of gas.
The sample chamber atmosphere can be static or dynamic. The electronic pressure monitor and control, along with exact regulation of the purge gas flow, provide for excellent accuracy and reproducibility of the measurement results.
The proven CC 200 L for liquid nitrogen cooling is available for the low-temperature range.
The safety of the high-pressure DSC system has been certified through design tests and is guaranteed during operation by the appropriate safety components.