Autosorb iQ - Outgassing (monitor) - Status: Available
|Fully automated high-resolution gas sorption analyzer possessing three sample ports (analysis station) and four sample preparation ports (outgassing station). Includes a turbo-molecular drag pump and low-pressure transducers (10 and 1 Torr) for measurement of adsorption behavior at pressures required for low surface area measurements (requires krypton) and to observe the filling of micropores.
One port is available as a chemisorption station, complete with a high-temperature (1100⁰C) furnace coupled with fan-assisted cooling, and a digital temperature controller for precise chemisorption measurements. Includes automated gas switching, in-situ and/or separated sample preparation.
A vapor dosing option is available for both physi - and chemi- sorption analysis and features a 50°C thermostatted manifold chamber. Typical vapors include water, alcohols, and aromatics which can impact material characteristics, shelf life, performance, and stability.
Also, our Autosorb iQ is integrated with a thermal conductivity detector (TCD) & cold trap option and includes electronic loop injection. TCD enables to perform temperature programmed methods TPR (temperature-programed reaction)/ TPD (temperature-programed desorption)/ TPO (temperature-programed oxidation) and pulse chemisorption analyses for use with a wide-range of gases. The included, automatic loop injector allows for easy pulse titration analyses as well as peak calibration activities. Latest Status Log EntryJan 10, 2022 - Resource Status Up - Available
|Computer Access||Requires computer access be setup|
|Funding Source||Requires permission to an active funding source|
|Work Plan||Requires a work plan be approved by PI and staff|
|Agreement Form||Requires completed agreement form for equipment usage|
|RSC Safety Training||Requires completion of safety training|
|NRF Building Access||Requires issue of an id badge and entry badge and/or access level to be set.|
|Equipment Training||Requires completion of equipment training|