Workshop: Thermal Analysis Using Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)

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Date City Country
03 Dec 2019 Tel Aviv Israel

Workshop Focus on DSC

Thermal Analysis is a group of methods in which the thermophysical properties of a substance or a mixture are measured as a function of temperature or time while the substance is subjected to a controlled temperature program. Exact thermal data is the basic requirement for material syntheses, for describing a material’s behavior, for exact material selection. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is the most commonly used thermal analysis method, primarily because of its speed, simplicity, and availability. This workshop will cover the basic principles of DSC including influential factors, sample preparation, methodical considerations, measurement artefacts and evaluation of measurement results along with practical applications and hand-on experience using the NETZSCH DSC 214 Polyma. We will also discuss advanced methods including modulated DSC (TM-DSC), high-pressure DSC (HP-DSC), photocalorimetry (UV-DSC) and specific heat determination.

Target Group

Scientists, engineers, and laboratory personnel working in research, development, processing or quality control who wish to familiarize themselves with the latest developments in the area of thermal analysis and thermal property measurements for characterization of materials.

Venue

Leonardo City Tower Hotel
Zisman Shalom 14
Ramat Gan
Israel

Arrival by car:
Onsite Parking at a discounted price of NIS 40
Arrival by train:
Train Station „Tel Aviv Center Savidor“

Cost and Registration

Cost: NIS 400
(includes breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks and NETZSCH DSC Handbook (Value: 50 €)
Limited to 15 Participants
Contact: Jankiel Kimelblat
E-Mail: j.kimelblat‎@‎medent.co.il
Phone: 054 7683061
For registration, please send Purchase Order to Medent for the cost of the seminar.

Program

8.30 Welcome and Continental Breakfast
9.00 Introduction MEDENT
9.15 Introduction NETZSCH
9.30 DSC - Theoretical Measuring Principle, Hardware and Applications
10.30 Coffee Break
11.00 Live Demo, Sample Preparation & Measurement
12.00 Proteus Software - SmartMode, ExpertMode, AutoEvaluation & Identify
13.00 Lunch
14.00 Influential Factors, Sample Preparation, Methodical Considerations, How to Plan an Experiment
14.45 Live Demo
15.00 Coffee Break with Desserts
15.30 Modulated, High-Pressure and UV DSCs, cp Determination
16.00 Farewell

 

Workshop Presenters:
Michel Cohen - MEDENT Scientific Equipment, Israel
Dr. Markus Meyer, Chemist - NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH, Germany