6 Aug 2014 | 13:39 By Dr Jürgen Dienstmaier The Dynamic Vapour Sorption Instrument (or DVS for short) was developed as a response to the pharmaceutical and industrial researcher’s need for fast and effective analytical methods to determine a material’s moisture content and related sorption isotherms. Before the invention of the DVS, water sorption isotherms [...]
About Dr Jurgen DienstmaierDr Jürgen Dienstmaier studied Chemistry at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, followed by a Master in Material Science at the Technische Universität Ilmenau in Germany. Thereafter a Ph. D. at the Ludwig-Maximilians- Universität in Munich concluded in 2013. He is currently Surface Measurement Systems Lead Scientist for DVS products, working on various DVS research studies and applications.
29 April 2014 | 17:26 Dr Jürgen Dienstmaier Water vapor is one of the components of the Earth’s atmosphere. Although it is present in relatively small quantities when compared to other gases, it is found everywhere on the planet, even in the driest of places . Hence how its presence and concentration will affect different [...]