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Differential scanning calorimetry measures the heat absorbed or released by a sample, as compared with a reference material, while the sample is heated at a controlled rate. It is used to measure exothermic or endothermic processes such as phase transitions or reactions. The DSC trace of an unknown compound can be compared to that of known materials analyzed under the same conditions to help determine identity of the unknown.

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Auto Q20

Auto Q20

TA Instruments

The Q20 (Q20, AQ20, Q20P) is a cost-effective, easy-to-use, general-purpose DSC module, with calori...

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DSC

DSC

Rigaku

Analysis of material properties related to phase and phase transitions. Avaialble as a standard mod...

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DSC 4000

DSC 4000

Perkin Elmer

With our DSC 4000 you can expect dependable performance and quality results. This single-furnace, h...

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DSC-60 Plus

DSC-60 Plus

Shimadzu

The DSC-60 Plus is an indispensable thermal analyzer for materials characterization in R&D and qual...

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