Experiments can be sequentially multiplexed on up to 8 channels. The ECM8™ is ideal for corrosion inhibitor testing, EIS evaluation of paints/coatings, monitoring of field probes for corrosion tests, and chemical sensor development.
Contact surface profiler capable of measuring step height, roughness, waviness and other surface characteristics. Has a vertical measurement range from under 100 Å to 300 µm. Has a scan length of 8.1” and a scan speed of 1 to 25 µm/s. Also has a programmable force range of 1 to 50 mg.
The P-6 stylus profiler and surface analysis system offers a combination of advanced features for process development and manufacturing control of scientific research, photovoltaic solar manufacturing, data storage, MEMS, opto-electronics, and other industrial metrology applications.
The SKP100 Scanning Kelvin Probe sets a new standard in surface science measurements. The Kelvin Probe is a non-contact, non-destructive instrument designed to measure the surface work function difference between conducting, coated, or semi-conducting materials and a sample probe. The technique operates using a vibrating capacitance probe. Through a swept backing voltage, the work function difference is measured between the scanning probe reference tip and sample surface.
The Recharge Center’s Quantachrome Autosorb-1 gas sorption system is available for use. Volume-pressure data measured by the system is converted by the software into BET surface area (single and/or multipoint), Langmuir surface area, adsorption and/or desorption isotherms, pore size and surface area distributions, micropore volume and surface area. The system operates by measuring the quantity of gas adsorbed onto or desorbed from a solid surface at some equilibrium vapor pressure by the static volumetric method.
The rolling thin film oven is used to measure the effect of heat and air on a moving film of semi-solid asphaltic material. The results of this treatment are determined from measurements of the asphalt properties before and after the test.