Quantachrome Instruments will be showing its latest generation porous materials characterization instruments at Pittcon® 2013, the annual conference and exposition focused on laboratory science, to be held in Philadelphia, March 17 – 21, 2013.
Quantachrome Instruments (Quantachrome Corporation, Florida, USA) has established a Japanese Corporation, Quantachrome Instruments Japan G.K. (hereafter Quantachrome Japan).
Quantachrome Instruments has just released its new temperature controlling device for thermostatting gas sorption experiments.
Quantachrome Instruments (USA), the University of San Luis and CONICET (both Argentina) have signed a tri-lateral agreement to formalize collaboration and cooperation..
Organizers thank presenters and attendees for making CPM-6 a huge success.
Quantachrome Instruments’ new iSorb-HP, an automated bench-top device, measures high pressure adsorption, absorption and desorption of gases such as hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and methane on solid samples.
Quantachrome Instruments will showcase its new instruments at the upcoming Pittcon 2012 Expo to be held in Orlando, Florida, March 12-15. Three new instruments representing two brand ..
This Webinar is the second in a series addressing the proper analysis of physisorption isotherms in order to obtain an accurate and comprehensive surface and pore size/volume characterization of nanoporous materials.
In response to a sharp increase in business and number of employees over the last 5 years, and to ensure manufacturing capacity for anticipated growth over the next five years and beyond,
Quantachrome Instruments’ new Aquadyne DVS-1 is the single sample version of the original dual sample Aquadyne DVS gravimetric water vapor sorption instrument.
an economical and compact temperature controller for gas sorption instruments and gas pycnometers.
Quantachrome's Drs Matthias Thommes & Katie Cychosz, contributed their expertise in porous materials characterization to development of a novel micro-mesoporous carbon material, described as exfoliated graphene oxide.