In this webinar we will be discussing the use of the flexible gapping system of Kinexus to allow the use of a range of novel geometries to measure otherwise difficult to characterize disperse systems. Comparisons will be made on model systems, a zero-shear viscosity and yielding material, between classical rotational rheometer geometries (cone and plate) and "mixing" paddles. This is to demonstrate that very comparable results can be made with these non-standard dispersion geometries, and can then take advantage of their ability to keep unstable systems dispersed for longer, or even mixing two components with time. These novel geometries and the unique functionality of Kinexus extends our rheometers use to previously challenging samples.
If you are interested in rheologically characterizing settling or unstable dispersed systems, this webinar will discuss ways to handle these tricky to measure samples.
Presenter: Dr. Adrian Hill
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