Thermo-optical analysis (TOA) with hot-stage microscopy

TOA is a method for the study of thermally-induced phase transitions

Thermo-optical analysis (TOA) with hot-stage systems is a widely used technique, which can be combined with DSC. TOA permits visual observation of the physical changes produced in a sample as a function of temperature or time. Combined with DSC, heat flow can be simultaneously recorded for a more comprehensive analysis.

In this Webinar, we will explain how DSC and Flash DSC can be used to analyze the crystallization behavior of semi-crystalline polymers.

We also offer on demand webinars (also called webcasting or broadcasting) at www.mt.com/ta-on-demand
More information about thermal analysis Instrumentation and software can be found at www.mt.com/ta.

By appointment: Yes
Topics:
  • webinars
  • analysis
  • thermal analysis
  • temperature
  • software
  • polymers
  • phase transitions
  • microscopy
  • heat flow
  • crystallization
  • analytical instruments
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