Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC): determination of melting point & enthalpy


Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) allows the determination of the polymer's melting point and the enthalpy of melting: when melting starts, the added heat is used for the phase transition (i.e. endothermic process), not for an increase in temperature. The peak of the heat flow indicates the melting temperature while the surface area of the peak is a measure for the enthalpy of melting.
Make sure to include information on the aim of your measurement, your desired measurement conditions (temperature range, heating rate,...) and the chemical nature (e.g. PP, PE, PET, PA,... preferably with a safety datasheet) of your polymer with your order. Extra costs may apply depending on the complexity and duration of your requested conditions.
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