e-Training Course Shows How To Interpret TGA Curves Accurately

METTLER TOLEDO offers a comprehensive e-training course - TGA Curve Interpretation - three times on June 28th, 2017. The course includes self-paced learning that can be completed at any time.

 

TGA is used to characterize physical and chemical material properties as a function of temperature in a precisely controlled atmosphere. The method provides valuable information for quality control, development, and research. Application areas include thermoplastics, elastomers, thermosets, metals, and ceramics, as well as analyses in the chemical, building, food, and pharmaceutical industries.

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However, the evaluation of measurements is often the most difficult part of an analysis. The e-Learning tool and follow-up webinar will discuss crucial issues related to interpreting TGA curves, including how to handle overlapping mass changes and identify evolved gases. Participants will also learn valuable tips on obtaining additional information using complementary techniques such as MS, FTIR, and GC/MS.

 

Both the live session and self-paced modules are included in a one-time course fee of $100. The $100 fee must be made by credit card and includes both the live event and self-paced modules. The live event will include a Q&A with METTLER TOLEDO experts so attendees can get answers to important application questions.

Visit TGA Curve Interpretation for live webinar times and to register, or find more information on METTLER TOLEDO thermal analysis technology.

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