Catalysts are essential facilitators in biological as well as industrial processes, applied for energy processing, petroleum refining, chemical processing as well as food production. Count on Anton Paar’s high-precision solutions for analyzing and characterizing catalysts, including rheometry, refractometry and X-ray scattering. Find the measuring instrument that meets your particular needs in the instrument list below – or let us help you find the best solution by contacting us directly.
Anton Paar Products
Automated representative sampler: Micro Rotary Riffler
Automated tap density analyzers: Autotap
Automatic Chemisorption Analyzers: ChemBET Pulsar
Capillary Extension: HTK 1200N
Foam testing Pycnometer: PentaFoam
Gas Pycnometer: PentaPyc
Gas sorption analyzer: autosorb IQ
Gas sorption analyzer: iSorb HP
Gas sorption analyzer: NOVAtouch
Gas sorption analyzer: QUADRASORB evo
High Pressure Digestion: HPA-S
High-Pressure Chamber: HPC 900
Microwave Digestion Rotor: 16HF100
Microwave-assisted Drying Rotor: 1DRY
Modular Compact Rheometer: MCR 102/302/502
Motorized alignment for XRD: z-alignment stage
Particle Size Analyzer: Litesizer 100
Particle Size Analyzer: Litesizer 500
Particle Size Analyzer: PSA
Reactor Chamber: XRK 900
SAXS/WAXS/GISAXS/RheoSAXS laboratory beamline: SAXSpoint 5.0
Surface Area Analyzer: AutoFlow BET+
SWAXS Diffractometer: SAXSpace
Vacuum and Flow Degasser: FloVac
Vacuum Degasser: XeriPrep
Vapor Sorption Analyzer: VSTAR
Anton Paar Applications
Better Sample Preparation of Polymers - Microwave-induced Oxygen Combustion (MIC)
If you have any problems with digesting plastic & polymer samples for elemental analysis due to inhomogeneity or high residual carbon content think about the unique microwave-induced oxygen combustion from Anton Paar.
Mesoporous thin films - Investigating the structure of multi-layered films by GISAXS
Single- and double-layered mesoporous thin films have been analyzed by GISAXS for their structural properties using the SAXSpoint system.
Nanomaterials | Platinum-doped TiO2 Nanofibers and Nanowires
Herein is summarized an easy large scale synthesis of TiO2 nanotubes which were doped with platinum and characterized towards their photocatalytic activity.
Identifying three different particle sizes in one sample with DLS
Particle suspensions often contain more than one size of particle. However, many particle analyzers cannot resolve particle mixtures, instead they detect an average of all sizes. The Litesizer™ 500 can detect three sizes in one sample.
Nanoparticles for Ceramics: Size, Stability & pH
In nanoparticle suspensions that will be used in ceramics, particle size and stability are of vital importance. Suspension stability is essential to ensure that the particles to stay in suspension, and maintain constant particle size.
Temperature-dependent GISAXS studies on thin films
The temperature-induced decomposition of a thin film structure has been studied using the SAXSpoint system with the new temperature-controlled GISAXS stage.
An insight into the Structure of Copolymer Surfactants
The structure of inhomogeneous (core-shell) nanoparticles was studied with the SAXSpoint system. The internal structure of Pluronic P123 micelles in water was determined by calculating the radial electron density profile.
Collagen - A Validation Sample for SAXS Systems
The performance of the SAXSpoint 2.0 system is evaluated by measurements of tendon collagen. SAXSpoint 2.0 produces data with excellent resolution in the entire angular range and delivers true 2D SWAXS images.
SAXSpoint with MetalJet Source
SAXSpoint now integrates the high-brightness MetalJet X-ray source enabling ultra-fast SAXS measurements in the laboratory.
In-situ GISAXS heating experiments on self-assembled Gold nanoparticles
Thermal morphology changes of self-assembled Gold nanoparticles have been studied using the SAXSpoint system with the temperature controlled GISAXS stage.
Size and shape of gold nanoparticles in toluene via SAXS
A solution of colloidal gold nanoparticles was characterized for size and shape by the SAXSpace system.