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Do's and Don'ts of Physisorption Measurements

 

OPERATING & MAINTANANCE TIPS FOR PHYSISORPTION INSTRUMENTS

Proper equipment maintenance and sample preparation is paramount to optimal analytical results.  Following these recommendations will assure you are getting maximum life out of your equipment and producing the best analytical results possible. 

Applications & Testing of Celero the Multi-Channel Fixed Bed Reactor for High Throughput Catalyst Screening

The AMI-200 Catalyst Characterization Instrument doubles as a reactor for study of fuel cells catalysts Catalyst Screening in the Celero, by George Marcelin, Ph.D.

Combinatorial chemistry, a method by which chemical reactants are quickly screened for a desired product or a particular kind of activity, has been extensively used in the area of drug discovery for a number of years. The technique has been successfully extended into the areas of fine chemicals and homogeneous catalysis.   However, only limited examples exist using combinatorial techniques for the discovery of solid materials

EVALUATION OF FCC CATALYSTS USING A MICROACTIVITY TEST (MAT) REACTOR

The evaluation of FCC catalysts is typically performed using a microactivity test (MAT) unit. This Altamira Instrument Note reviews the MAT test and the unit.                

By Dr. George Marcelin

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