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Using contact angle measurements in surface research and quality control | 19th May 2020 9:00
Surface wettability and adhesion are vital phenomena in a variety of industries ranging from coatings industry to pharmaceutical and biomaterial industry. Contact angle measurement can be used to characterize these phenomena effectively.
This 20 min webinar gives an overview of how contact angle measurements are utilized in industry to optimize and control surfaces. Practical examples of typical applications are presented. The most used measurement methods are briefly reviewed.
Explore more with QSense High Pressure | 19th May 2020 h 9:00
During the webinar, you will learn about the QSense High Pressure instrument and how it provides you with the opportunity to explore real-life conditions of high pressure and high temperature in your experimental set up.
What you will learn:
Analyzing Surface Interactions with QSense High Pressure
Application examples for high pressure measurements i.e. increasing of oil yield, preventing fouling and build-up in engines
Developing the High Pressure Systems and collaborations
Case Study – QSense QCM-D publications within Oil Recovery and Flow assurance
Creating organized nanomaterial coatings with the Langmuir-Blodgett method | 26th May 2020 h 9:00
Coatings and thin films made from nanomaterials such as nanoparticles, graphene or nanowires are gaining recognition and use in various products and applications including displays, sensors, medical devices and energy storages. The challenge is to achieve a homogenous coating with optimized packing density, particle organization and film thickness. One of the most sophisticated techniques for creating nanomaterial thin films and coatings is Langmuir-Blodgett (LB).
In this 20-minute webinar, we will go through the basics of the LB method. Examples will be given on how the method has been applied for nanomaterial deposition. Audience has an opportunity to ask questions related to the topic.
More information about products:
Q SENSE QCM QUARTZ CRYSTAL MICROBALANCE
The Q-Sense real-time analytical instruments are for studies of molecular events occurring on surfaces. These instruments measure mass and viscoelastic properties of molecular layers as they build up or change on the sensor surface and they play a key role in material science, life science and sensor development.
The Q-Sense instruments are complete turnkey instruments including everything needed to quickly get started and produce high quality data.
ATTENSION TENSIOMETER THETA FLEX
Attension optical tensiometers are used in research, development and quality control to determine contact angle, dynamic contact angle, surface tension, interfacial tension, surface free energy and interfacial rheology. They are the sole instruments in the market able to measure Surface Roughness and to combine that value with contact angle measurement.
These measurements provide information on material properties such as wettability, adhesion, absorption, spreading, adsorption, cleanliness, surface heterogeneity and emulsion stability.
KSV NIMA L&LB LANGMUIR E LANGMUIR-BLODGETT
KSV NIMA Langmuir and Langmuir-Blodgett Troughs are the leading and most widely used instruments for Langmuir film fabrication, Langmuir film characterization (including microscopy) as well as Langmuir-Blodgett film deposition.
KSV NIMA Langmuir and Langmuir-Blodgett Deposition Troughs are used for the fabrication and characterisation of single molecule thick films and offer the precision control over the lateral packing density of molecules.