The versatile Premium Differential Scanning Calorimeter, DSC 204 F1 Phoenix®®, fascinates with its unique concept: all essential operational components are integrated into the instrument and optional add-ons can be installed anytime on site.
The DSC measuring cell consists of a cylindrical high-conductivity silver block with an embedded heating coil for broad thermal symmetry (3D symmetry) in the sample chamber, the cooling ports for liquid nitrogen or compressed air cooling and a cooling ring for connection of the intracooler (also with simultaneous liquid nitrogen cooling). The gas-tight construction and integrated mass flow controllers for the purge and protective gases allow coupling to an FT-IR or MS for gas analysis.
Exchangeable sensors are tailored to their tasks:
With its disk-shaped silver carrier plate and supersensitive thermosensors of nickel-chromium constantan, the Tau-sensor offers a high level of calorimetric sensitivity along with extremely short signal time constants of only 0.6 seconds, which guarantees good separation of overlapping thermal effects.
The µ-sensor stands out for its high level of calorimetric sensitivity, never before achieved with a Differential Scanning Calorimeter, DSC. For example, it is extremely well suited for pharmaceutical applications with small sample weights.
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Compressed air cooling:
RT to 700°C
Intracooler for the extended range:
-85°C to 600°C
Automatically controlled LN2 cooling:
-180°C to 700°C
Indium Response Ratio (*):
(*) Peak Height [mW]/Peak with at 50% Height [K] of Indium melting peak
Gas control for 2 sample gases and 1 protective gas through integrated mass flow controller and software
Automatic sample changer:
for 192 samples and reference crucibles (optional)
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- Characterization of Cooking Oils by Means of Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
- Characterization of Photo-Curing Processes by Means of UV-DSC
- Comparison of a Blue Diode Laser with a Mercury Arc Lamp in the Curing of a Water-Soluble Resin by Photo-DSC and Photo-DEA
- Evaluating the Polymer Ratio in a PET/PC Blend by Means of Modulated DSC
- Influences of Heating and Cooling Rates on the DSC Measurement Result
- Investigation of the Oxidative Stability of Polyolefins and Thermoplastic Elastomers by Means of DSC
- Investigations on UV-Curing Systems by Means of Photo-Differential Scanning Calorimetry (Photo-DSC)