Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA)

Description: TGA is an analytical technique used to determine a material’s thermal stability and its fraction of volatile components by monitoring the weight change that occurs as a sample is heated at a constant rate.

Capabilities:

  • Weighing Accuracy -0.1%.
  • Weighing Precision – 0.01%.
  • Sensitivity <0.1 ug.
  • Furnace Heating- Infrared.
  • Temperature range- Ambient to 1200°C.

Typical uses:

  • Measurement of thermal stability of materials including polymers, nanomaterials, membranes, and films.

Fees

Per hour rateTrained userBy our service
WUSTL$28$125
Other universitiesN/A$100
Industry CorporateN/A$200