Thermal Analysis

Thermal Analysis Thermal Analysis is a method of obtaining qualitative and quantitative information about the effect of heat on various types of materials, including chemical compounds, polymers (rubber, plastic and composite), ceramics, alloys, minerals, food and medicine. Thermal analysis products are a group of thermal analysis products by which the physical properties of a substance or its reaction products are measured as a function of temperature when the substance is under a controlled temperature program. :

Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC)

Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA)

Dynamic Mechanical Thermal (DMA Analysis)

Thermal analysis products examine the change in some properties of materials while applying a specific temperature program. Properties measured by thermal methods include: structural changes including glass transition, melting, welding, sublimation, solid phase transitions, mechanical properties including expansion and contraction, and modulus of thermal constants including CP and melting points, activity Chemicals include solid-solid-gas reactions, dehydration and sintering, thermal stability of materials in different gaseous atmospheres, and thermal decomposition reactions.