Title Number Method/Information
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Analyzing Samples that Occupy Less than 10 Percent Cell Volume 191 Gas Pycnometry
Consolidation Force on the Geopyc When Measuring Foams 185
Sample Preparation for Breakthrough Analysis Introduction
Bulk and Skeletal Density Computations for the AutoPore 20

Mercury Intrusion Porosimetry

Effect of O2 Traces in the Carrier Gas on Quantifying the Active Species in Catalysts 30

Chemisorption

Higher Accuracy Plus Faster Results When Measuring the Density of Commercial Items 66

Gas Pycnometry

Degas Backfill Gas Selection for Micromeritics Gas Adsorption Instruments 73

Physisorption

Density Determination of Plastic Film Using the AccuPyc 76

Gas Pycnometry

Measuring the Percent Solids of a Slurry with the AccuPyc 1330 Pycnometer 77

Gas Pycnometry

Liquid Nitrogen Level When Using Isothermal Jackets 84

Physisorption

Ultraprecise Calibration for the AccuPyc  85

Gas Pycnometry

The Surface Area of Magnesium Stearate — An Excipient Used In Pharmaceuticals 87

Physisorption

Characterization of Medicinal Tablet Surface Area with the Gemini Series 91

Physisorption

Determining the Open Cell Content of Rigid Cellular Plastics with the AccuPyc Pycnometer 93

Gas Pycnometry

Particle Size Determination of Porous Powders Using the SediGraph 94

X-Ray Sedimentation

Equilibrated versus Scanning Porosimetry 96

Mercury Intrusion Porosimetry

Envelope Density Measurements by Micromeritics’ GeoPyc 1360 and Other Methods 97

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

Diversity of Applications of the GeoPyc  98

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

Evaluating Catalyst Substrates with the GeoPyc 99

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

Agreement of GeoPyc Data with Other Methods 101

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

The Role of Calibration When Using the GeoPyc  102

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

Volume Measurement Method Affects Density Results 103

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

Determining Free-Space Values for ASAP Series Micropore Analyses 104

Physisorption

Helium Effects on ASAP Series Micropore Analyses 105

Physisorption

T.A.P. Density as Obtained with the GeoPyc 106

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

Determining the Force or Pressure to Use for T.A.P. (Bulk) Density with the GeoPyc 107

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

New Capability for the GeoPyc Makes Visible the Percent of the DryFlo Bed Occupied by the Sample 108

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

Attaining Envelope Density Reproducibility and Accuracy with Your GeoPyc 109

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

Optimize Free-Space Correction for Low Surface Area Samples Using the Gemini Analyzer 112

Physisorption

Sample-Weighing Precision with the AccuPyc, 1-cm3 Capacity 113

Gas Pycnometry

Accuracy of Vapor Dosing with the AutoChem 116

Chemisorption

Using the GeoPyc T.A.P. Density Analyzer to Measure Bulk Density and Packing Volume of Mixed Food Powders 117

Pycnometry using Dry Flow

Using the Elzone® to Detect Low Numbers of Large or Agglomerated Particles 119

Electrical Sensing Zone

Temperature-Programmed Reduction Using the AutoChem 120

Chemisorption

Establishing Sample Degassing Conditions for the FlowSorb 121

Physisorption

AutoChem and Mass Spectrometer Gas Calibration 122

Chemisorption

Gas Combinations for the AutoChem 124

Chemisorption

Analyzing Magnetic Materials Using the Elzone 125

Electrical Sensing Zone

The Mayer-Stowe Method for Determining Particle Size Using the AutoPore IV Series Porosimeters 127

Mercury Intrusion Porosimetry

Using BalanceTalk Software With Micromeritics Instruments 128

Software

Using the Correct Penetrometer Constant with your Mercury Porosimeter 129

Mercury Intrusion Porosimetry

Analysis of Terephthalic Acid Using the Saturn DigiSizer 130

Laser Light Scattering

The Effect of Particle Size on the Manufacture of Chocolate Products 132

Laser Light Scattering

Measuring Monosize Particles with the Saturn DigiSizer 133

Laser Light Scattering

Characterization of Acid Sites Using Temperature-Programmed Desorption 134

Chemisorption

Thermocouple Calibration for the AutoChem – Thermostar Interface 135

Chemisorption

Using the ASAP 2020 for Determining the Hydrogen Adsorption Capacity of Powders and Porous Materials 136

Physisorption

Particle Size Analysis of Powdered Aspirin Using the Saturn DigiSizer 137

Laser Light Scattering

Particle Size Distribution Analysis of Porous Powders Using the Saturn DigiSizer 5 138

Laser Light Scattering

Micropore Analysis of Zeolites Using the ASAP 2420 139

Physisorption

Performance Testing Porous Aluminas Using the TriStar Surface Area and Porosity Analyzer 140

Physisorption

Acid Site Characterization of H+ ZSM-5 (SiO2/Al2O3:30/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 141

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of H+ β (SiO2/Al2O3:150/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 142

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of H+ Mordenite (SiO2/Al2O3:90/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 143

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of H+ Y (SiO2/Al2O3:5.2/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 144

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of H+ Y (SiO2/Al2O3:30/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 145

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of H+ Y (SiO2 /Al2 O3 :80/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 146

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of H+ Y (SiO2 /Al2 O3 :80/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 147

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of H+ ß (SiO2/Al2O3:75/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 148

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of NH4+ ZSM-5 (SiO2 /Al2 O3 :30/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 149

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of NH4+ ZSM-5 (SiO2 / Al2 O3 :50/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 150

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of NH4 + ZSM-5 (SiO2 /Al2 O3 :80/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 151

Chemisorption

Acid Site Characterization of NH4+ ZSM-5 (SiO2 / Al2 O3 :280/1): A Pulse Chemisorption and TPD Application 152

Chemisorption

The Measurement of Pharmaceutical Lubricants Using the TriStar II Krypton Option 153

Physisorption

The Measurement of Pharmaceutical Binders Using the TriStar II Krypton Option 154

Physisorption

Improved BJH Pore Size Distribution Using the Maximum Volume Increment Option 157

Physisorption

The Effect of Particle Shape on Particle Size Measurement 158

Laser Light Scattering,

Electrical Sensing Zone,
X-Ray Sedimentation,
Dynamic Image Analysis

Degas Options for Sample Preparation 160

Physisorption

Expanding the Material Characterization “Toolbox” for Excipient and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) Vendor Qualification 163

Gas Pycnometry, Physisorption,
Laser Light Scattering, Mercury Intrusion Porosimetry

Asphalt Density Using AccuPyc II TEC 164

Gas Pycnometry

Adding a Custom Model to the NLDFT Library: A CO2 GCMC Model for Carbons 165

Physisorption

Suspending Fluid Viscosity Requirements for Gravity Sedimentation Particle Size Analysis 173

Particle Size

Understanding the Uncertainty and Precision Specifications for the AccuPyc 174

Gas Pycnometry

Water Vapor Sorption in Metal-Organic Frameworks Characterized by Micromeritics 3Flex Gas Sorption Analyzer 175

Physisorption

Characterization of Carbons Using a Micromeritics 3Flex 176

Physisorption

Calculating Free Space with Micromeritics Static (Manometric) Adsorption Instruments 178

Physisorption

Analyzing Liquids with the AccuPyc 179

Gas Pycnometry

Measuring The Volume, Density and Porosity of Tablets for Pharma Process Control 180

Gas Pycnometry

Measuring The Volume, Density and Porosity of Tablets for Coating Process Control 181

Gas Pycnometry

Micromeritics Physisorption Analyzer Isotherm Collection & Instrument Operation 183

Physisorption

Profitable Powder Processing: Enhancing Efficiency with the FT4 Powder RheometerĀ® Powder Testing
Measuring Isosteric, Heat of Absorption of CO2 on micro-porous carbons 184

Physisorption