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How to start an experiment with iGC-SEA – Hair Sample
Dr Adam Voelkel on using iGC for determining Hansen Solubility Parameters
Dr Beata Strzemiecka on how useful iGC is in characterizing abrasive particles & composite materials
Dr Steve Page of P&G shares his works on Inverse Gas Chromatography at 2016 European iGC Symposium
Call for Papers and Speakers for 2016 European iGC Symposium and interviews from 2015 iGC Symposium speakers
The Latest Developments in Dynamic Vapour Sorption (DVS)
Webinar Session 2: Inverse Gas Chromatography (iGC) for Materials Characterization

Join Dr Majid Naderi as he discusses different case studies on iGC method. And learn the importance of determining surface energy in characterizing materials such as powder, films, fibers, polymers, nano materials.

Webinar: Particle Engineering in Pharmaceutical Solids Processing: Surface Energy Considerations

Dr Daryl Williams reviews the surface energy and surface energy heterogeneity of crystalline solids, methods for the measurement of surface energy, effects of milling on powder surface energy, adhesion and cohesion on powder mixtures, crystal habits and surface energy, surface energy and powder granulation processes.

Webinar Session 1: Dynamic Vapor Sorption (DVS) for Materials Characterization

Dr Majid Naderi discussed Dynamic Vapor Sorption technique and its applications and case studies on pharmaceutical, personal care, packaging, food and building materials as well as its advantage over other methods for measuring moisture content.

Webinar: Surface Characterization on Nanomaterials by iGC

Dr Dan Burnett outlines several studies where iGC has been used to characterize the surface energy, wetting behavior, and adhesion/cohesion properties of various nanomaterials.

The Dynamic Vapor Sorption (DVS) Method at Work

Dr Daryl Williams discusses the scientific technique Dynamic Vapor Sorption (DVS).

New Company Website

Surface Measurement Systems CEO Dr Daryl Williams talks about the new company website and how it was designed to support sorption science.