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Rapid analysis of street drugs and structural identification of unknown compounds - webinar Oxford Instruments RMN

24 iunie 2020, 16:00

Join Dr James Sager and Dr Oliver Sutcliffe for our latest webinar “Rapid analysis of street drugs and structural identification of unknown compounds”.


Benchtop NMR is an extremely power technique for the identification of small molecules and most illicit substances fall into this category. By combing benchtop NMR with a database of illicit substances we have shown that rapid analysis with a high degree of certainty is possible. We will also discuss how this technology has been used to support on the ground police and prison services.

Atomic Force Microscopy in Nanotribology: How AFM Can Be Used to Study Nanoscale Friction, Wear, and Lubrication - webinar Asylum Research

24 iunie 2020, 17:00

Tribology is the science and technology of friction, wear, and lubrication. Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) is an important tool for understanding nanoscale tribological phenomena. In this webinar, Asylum Research applications scientist Ted Limpoco will first introduce how AFMs can be used to measure friction at the nanoscale and show how this is used to study tribofilms, contacts in MEMs devices, and in developing bioinspired lubrication.

Dr. Shivaprakash Ramakrishna, senior scientist at ETH Zurich, will then present his research on the nanotribology of linear and cyclic polymer brushes on surfaces. These polymer “brushes” consist of macromolecules chain end-grafted to a solid surface. They have attracted the attention of researchers in applications ranging from the generation of boundary lubricants to the fabrication of biopassive interfaces in medical devices.

Introduction to Time Domain NMR - webinar Oxford Instruments RMN

8 iulie 2020, 16:00

Time domain NMR is used for QA/QC applications in the food, oilseeds, textile and other industries; it primarily replaces wet chemical methods for measuring oil/fat content. It is also possible to measure different phases; for example, solid fat content during the melting of edible oils/fats, and amorphous or crystalline content which correlates with various physical and chemical properties of polymers. Time domain NMR can also be used to determine pore and droplet size distribution.

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