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Evolved Gas Analysis

Evolved Gas Analysis: Advanced Thermal Decomposition Solutions offer revolutionary techniques for comprehensive gas analysis in material science.

Product Overview

Evolved Gas Analysis (EGA) Techniques represent the cutting edge in thermal analysis and gas examination in material science. Combining advanced methods such as Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) with Mass Spectrometry (MS), Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry (FTIR), and Gas Chromatography (GC-MS), these techniques offer unparalleled insights into material decomposition and chemical stability.

EGA is pivotal for researchers and professionals aiming to understand the complex interactions at high temperatures, providing data essential for improving material properties and performance.

Features & Benefits

Seamless TG-MS Integration

Enhanced Analysis

High-Temp Precision

Accurate Gas Insights

Decomposition Profiling

Detailed Material Insights

Key applications

  • Integrated TG-MS, TG-FTIR, and TG-GC-MS Couplings: Seamless integration for detailed gas analysis.
  • High-Temperature Gas Analysis Capability: Precision analysis at extreme temperatures.
  • Advanced Material Decomposition Analysis: In-depth examination of thermal decomposition processes.
  • Robust Chemical Stability Testing: Comprehensive assessment of material resilience under thermal stress.
  • State-of-the-Art Thermal Analysis Instrumentation: Utilising the latest technology for accurate results.

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About the Evolved Gas Analysis

Evolved Gas Analysis Techniques offer a comprehensive solution for analysing gases evolved during material decomposition. These techniques, encompassing Thermogravimetric Analysis Coupling and advanced spectrometry methods like Mass Spectrometry (MS), Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry (FTIR), and Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS), have revolutionised our approach to understanding material behaviour under thermal stress.

The ability to analyse gases at high temperatures provides invaluable insights into material stability, decomposition processes, and the identification of evolving gases, fulfilling a crucial need in material research and development.

The introduction of these techniques addresses the significant challenge of analysing complex materials that undergo thermal decomposition, a common obstacle in the development of new materials and the improvement of existing ones.

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By offering detailed analysis capabilities such as TG-MS (Thermogravimetric-Mass Spectrometry) Coupling, TG-FTIR (Thermogravimetric-Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry) Analysis, and TG-GC-MS (Thermogravimetric-Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry) Coupling, researchers can now obtain a complete picture of material behaviour, facilitating advancements in material design and application.

These evolved gas analysis techniques are not just tools; they are solutions to the complex problems faced by scientists and engineers in material science. They offer a path to understanding the science of material decomposition, providing data essential for enhancing material properties, ensuring safety, and improving performance. With these tools, the possibilities for innovation and discovery in material science are boundless, opening up new horizons for research and application.

"Evolved Gas Analysis technique by Setaram Solutions provides critical insights into material properties and reactions, enhancing understanding through precise gas evolution tracking."

Product FAQ's

Evolved Gas Analysis involves studying gases released by a material as it decomposes under thermal stress, using techniques like TG-MS, TG-FTIR, and TG-GC-MS.

TG-MS Coupling allows for the simultaneous analysis of material weight changes and the identification of gases evolved, providing a comprehensive insight into material decomposition.

Yes, these advanced techniques are versatile and can analyse a wide range of materials, including polymers, pharmaceuticals, metals, and ceramics.

Absolutely, they are specifically designed to assess the chemical stability of materials under various thermal conditions, providing essential data for material development.

By analysing the decomposition process, these techniques help in understanding the recyclability and environmental impact of materials, aiding in the development of more sustainable solutions.

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