STP1466

    Techniques in Thermal Analysis: Hyphenated Techniques, Thermal Analysis of the Surface, and Fast Rate Analysis

    Pan Wei-Ping, Judovits Lawrence
    Published: 2007


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    Nine peer-reviewed papers reflect the latest research in thermal analysis, including fast scan calorimetry in both instrument development and techniques.

    Sections cover:

    Hyphenated Techniques—seven papers cover the use of thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) with another technique. Topics deal with temperature-modulated differential scanning calorimetry; improved modeling when using hyphenated techniques; a simple calibration method for the quantitative use of mass spectrometry with TGA for a variety of encountered off gases; and much more.

    Fast Rate Analysis—covers fast scan calorimetry in both instrument development and techniques. Fast heating rates were employed to study epoxy curing and fast rate analysis allowed the separation of the glass transition and cure exotherm.

    Thermal Analysis of the Surface—discusses the use of a modified atomic force microscope (AFM), or Micro-Thermal Analysis, that uses the AFM probe as a thermal device.


    Table of Contents

    An Application of Thermal Analysis to Household Waste
    Chen H., Cheng Z., Hack P., Pan W., Zhang Y.

    Development and Evaluation of a TG/DTA/Raman System
    Bigalow Kern A., Cambron R., Collins W., DuBois C., Redman-Furey N.

    The Role of TGA-DTA in the Initial Evaluation of the Solid State Forms for Pharmaceutical New Chemical Entities, Part 1: Evaluation of Pure Forms
    Collins W., Dicks M., Godlweski J., Redman-Furey N., Vaughn D.

    The Role of TGA-DTA in the Initial Evaluation of the Solid State Forms for Pharmaceutical New Chemical Entities, Part 2: Evaluation of Mixed Forms
    Collins W., Dicks M., Godlweski J., Redman-Furey N., Vaughn D.

    Use of a TG/DTA/Raman System to Monitor Dehydration and Phase Conversions
    Bigalow Kern A., Cambron R., Collins W., Redman-Furey N.

    Quantitative Mass Measurements from Mass Spectrometer Trend Data in a TG/MS System
    Slough C.

    Separation of Overlapping Processes from TGA Data and Verification by EGA
    Artiaga R., Cao R., Garcia A., González-Martin B., Mier J., Naya S.

    Characterization of Modified Carbon Nanotubes by TG-MS and Pyrolysis-GC/MS
    Buthelezi T., Lineberry Q., Pan W.

    Characterization Of Epoxy Curing Using High Heating Rate DSC
    Bilyeu B., Brostow W., Menard K.

    Photo Thermal Micro-Spectroscopy — A New Method for Infared Analysis of Materials
    Hammiche A., Pollock H., Reading M., Slough C.

    A Thermal Analysis Method for Measuring Polymer Flammability
    Lyon R., Stoliarov S., Walters R.

    Fast Scan Differential Scanning Calorimetry Distinguishes Melting, Melting-Degradation/Sublimation and Thermal Stability of Drugs
    Alexander K., Golinar M., Riga A.

    Thermal and Oxidative Properties of Physiologically Relevant Free Fatty Acids by Dielectric Analysis and Differential Scanning Calorimetry
    Alexander K., Riga A., Williams K.


    Committee: E37

    Paper ID: STP1466-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1466-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-6236-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-5616-6

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