Differential Scanning Calorimeter

Differential scanning calorimeters are used in a variety of analyses involving non-corrosive samples. Some analyses include; measuring melting temperature; heat of fusion; latent heat of melting; reaction energy and temperature; glass transition temperature; crystalline phase transition temperature and energy; precipitation energy and temperature; denaturation temperatures; oxidation induction times; and specific heat or heat capacity. In these analyses, an atmosphere is required for testing. At temperatures above 600°C, an inert atmosphere is required. Nitrogen is an inert gas and is used to create an atmosphere where these analyses can occur. Proton OnSite offers on-site gas generators that supply differential scanning calorimeters with the high purity nitrogen they require.

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Nitrogen In Action
N600P generating nitrogen for a differential scanning calorimeter.
N600P generating nitrogen for a differential scanning calorimeter.