Our NETZSCH DSC in Use at Harvard University

The Mason Group at Harvard University applies the tools of synthetic chemistry and nanotechnology to the design of materials that address basic science challenges in energy and sustainable development. We are especially proud to share the recently published articles by Harvard University that highlight our high-pressure differential scanning calorimeter supporting their research projects.

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Maintenance Contracts: Prevention for Predictable Investment

NETZSCH analysis instruments have a well founded reputation for reliability, long service life and trouble-free operation. By combining this with a maintenance contract or an individual full-service agreement, you ensure that your instrument remains reliable for many years and minimize instrument failure as well as reducing any associated unplanned costs.

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NETZSCH Online Academy (NOA) – Web-Based Training Courses Provided by NETZSCH Experts

The new e-learning platform, NOA (NETZSCH Online Academy) offers you to advance your Knowledge in Thermal Analysis topics, without having to leave your desk. Take advantage of flexible online learning, fully adapted to your training needs.

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Viscometer or Rheometer – which is best for me?

Deciding whether to purchase either a viscometer or a rheometer is not always straightforward. This guide will take you through the differences and how a rheometer could be more suited for your needs.

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Thermal Interface Materials (TIM): Thermal Conductivity Testing

TIM Application

Characterization of the thermal performance of thermal interface materials (TIM) used in electronics packaging can be critical to maintaining reliable performance, especially with the rapidly increasing heat dissipation requirements of each new generation of electronic components.
To make routine measurements on TIM’s faster – without the impact of contact resistance, you can rely on Light- or Laser-Flash Methods (ASTM E1461)

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Flexible layer structured Bi2Te3 thermoelectric on a carbon nanotube scaffold

NETZSCH in Nature

Thermoelectric materials with a high efficiency that are used, for example, to generate electricity from heat, are naturally brittle and fragile. It would be much more user-friendly to use flexible materials. There are already thin plastic films, so-called PEDOT´s, which are flexible and can be applied over large areas at low cost. However, these have … Read more