A Practical Approach To Microcalorimetry- Advanced Heatflow Microcalorimetry
2017-04-04    

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Overview

This episode of our Practical Approach to Microcalorimetry Webinar Series discusses various ways to interact with the sample material when taking heat flow measurements on the TAM instrument. These include:

  1. Titrations
  2. Perfusion of gas or liquid over the sample
  3. Dissolution
  4. Controlling the humidity
  5. Simultaneous pressure and heat flow measurements

About the Speaker

Dr. Michael Mathews is an application scientist for TA Instruments. Michael received his bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Western Michigan University in 1992 and his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University Of Utah in 2001. Before working at TA Instruments, Michael was the Director of Assay Development for a startup Biotech firm, followed by 5 years at the leading producer of bacteriophage in the US as the Vice President of R&D. He has also taught several courses at the high school, college, and university level around the Salt Lake City, Utah area, where he currently resides.