Home   >   Product Showcase   >   AccuPyc II 1340 Technical Literature

AccuPyc II 1340 Technical Literature

Clicking the links below will open a new browser window to the standard on the ASTM.org website

ASTM B923 - 10

Standard Test Method for Metal Powder Skeletal Density by Helium or Nitrogen Pycnometer – Committee B09 on Metal Powder and Metal Powder Products

ASTM C110 - 15e1

Standard Test Methods for Physical Testing of Quicklime, Hydrated Lime and Limestone – Committee C07 on Lime

ASTM C604 - 02(2012)

Standard Test Method for True Specific Gravity of Refractory Materials by Gas-Comparison Pycnometry – Committee C08 on Refractories

ASTM D2638 - 10(2015)e1

Standard Test Method for Real Density of Calcined Petroleum Coke by Helium Pycnometer – Committee D02 on Petroleum Products and Lubricants

ASTM D4892 - 14

Standard Test Method for Density of Solid Pitch (Helium Pycnometer Method) – Committee D02 on Petroleum Products and Lubricants

ASTM D5550 - 14

Standard Test Method for Specific Gravity of Soil Solids by Gas Pycnometer – Committee D18 on Soil and Rock

ASTM D5965 - 02(2013)

Standard Test Methods for Specific Gravity of Coating Powders – Committee D01 on Paint and Related Coatings, Materials and Applications

ASTM D6086-09a

Standard Test Method for Carbon Black Void Volume (VV) – Committee D24 on Carbon Black

ASTM D6093 - 97(2011)

Standard Test Methods for Percent Volume Nonvolatile Matter in Clear or Pigmented Coatings Using a Helium Gas Pycnometer – Committee D01 on Paint and Related Coatings, Materials and Applications

ASTM D6226 - 15

Standard Test Method for Open Cell Content of Rigid Cellular Plastics – Committee D20 on Plastics

ASTM D6761 - 07(2012)

Standard Test Method for Determination of Total Pore Volume of Catalysts and Catalyst Carriers – Committee D32 on Catalysts

USP - U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention for Micromeritics and Particulate Systems Instruments

Clicking the links below will open a new browser window to the standard on USP.org and pharmacopeia.cn websites

USP <267>

Porosimetry by Mercury Intrusion

USP <429>

Light Diffraction Measurements Of Particle Size

USP <699>

Density of Solids - Gas Pycnometry

USP <788>

Particulate Matter in Injections

USP <789>

Particulate Matter in Ophthalmic Solutions

USP <846>

Specific Surface Area

USP <1241>

Water Solid Interactions in pharmaceutical Systems

Application Note #66:

Higher Accuracy Plus Faster Results When Measuring the Density of Commercial Items

Application Note #76:

Density Determinations of Plastic Film Using the AccuPyc

Application Note #77:

Measuring the Percent Solids of a Slurry with the AccuPyc Pycnometer

Application Note #85:

Ultra-precise Calibration for the AccuPyc

Application Note #93:

Determining Open Cell Content of Rigid Cellular Plastics with the AccuPyc

Application Note #97:

Envelope Density Measurements by Micromeritics’ GeoPyc 1360 and Other Methods

Application Note #113:

Sample-Weighing Precision with the AccuPyc, 1-cm3 Capacity

Application Note #163:

Expanding the Material Characterization "Toolbox" for Excipient and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) Vendor Qualification

Application Note #164:

Asphalt Density Using AccuPyc II TEC

Volume and Density Determinations for Particle Technologists

by Paul Webb
There are a number of manual and automated methods for determining volume and density. This article, focuses on laboratory methods that are most often used in research and quality control applications.

FoamPyc Technique Determines Open Cell Volume in Foamed Materials

The FoamPyc option for the AccuPyc 1340 Density Analyzer lets you measure, calculate, and report the percentage of open cell volume in blocks of foamed or cellular plastic, glass, rubber, or metal.

Combining Skeletal and Envelope Volume Measurements to Determine Total Pore Volume and Percent Porosity

The skeletal volume of a solid body excludes pores as well as the void spaces between particles. Envelope volume includes all pores and voids.

(Peer-reviewed papers citing the AccuPyc in searchable pdf format)

This document is distributed in Adobe® Acrobat® PDF file format, which allows easy searching by key words and phrases using Adobe’s free Acrobat Reader.

The lists were compiled for several reasons. New users of our products often ask for references to papers in which a researcher uses the same product to study the same or similar material as the new user intends to study. This document will satisfy that need.

Potential purchasers of our products want independent reassurance that the product under consideration is capable of performing the desired measurements. The ability to locate several research papers in which data from the same Micromeritics product is published provides objective reassurance of the product’s capability.