Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA)

Temperature Range:  25-1600°C
Run in air atmosphere:  $270
Run in special atmosphere (Ar, O2, N2, CO2):  $320
Sample Required:  10 g minimum, 60 mesh
Heating and Cooling Rate:  2°C/minute (standard), other by request

Thermogravimetric Analysis provides the change (multigram samples) in weight of a sample as function of temperature. It is a precise quantitative method of determining combustibles, loss of volatiles, curing times, decomposition of hydrates and carbonates, and weight loss changes. Rates of weight loss or gain are easily determined from the curve. The use of controlled atmospheres allows for the study of solid-gas reactions.

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