- Surface Area & Gas Adsorption
- Pore Size
- Representative Sampling
- Particle Size
- Particle Shape
- Dynamic Vapor Sorption (DVS)
- Zeta Potential
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Specialists in material characterisation
We are recruiting - Technical Sales
Quantachrome UK Ltd is an expanding UK instrumentation company specialising in powder characterisation techniques.
We are located close to M3 J4 within the boundaries of the London commuting area. We cover the UK, Ireland and Eastern European markets with a customer base that includes large multinational companies and leading universities and research centres.
As a result of a continuous growth of our organisation, a new Technical Sales position has been created for which we require a self-motivated, high calibre individual with experience and knowledge of powder characterisation techniques. This is an opportunity for a candidate with the right potential to grow into a major position within the company.
Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer the following techniques:
- Microfluidizers for particle size reduction, de-agglomeration, cell fracture
- Particle size analysers
- Particle shape analysers
- Surface area, pore size, porosity, density measurement instruments
- Instrumentation for advanced chemisorption studies; flow and static
- Dynamic vapour sorption analysers
- Electro-acoustic spectrometers for zeta potential and colloidal systems characterisation
Please feel free to contact us.
Review recent papers citing use of Quantachrome scientific instruments
TITLE: Pt nanoparticles entrapped in mesoporous metal-organic frameworks MIL-101 as an efficient and recyclable catalyst for the asymmetric hydrogenation of α-ketoesters
AUTHORS: Huiyan Pan, Xiaohong Li, Damin Zhang, Yejun Guan, Peng Wu - East China Normal University, China
INSTRUMENT: ChemBET Pulsar TPR
USAGE: CO chemisorption of sample was measured at 308 K ... after the samples were pretreated in a 5 vol.% H 2 /95 vol.% Ar ﬂow at 503 K for 2 h
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