Important Factors When Buying A Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC)
White Paper Feb 27, 2015
Malvern Instruments Limited
The physical components and features of a Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC) instrument and the technical specifications are clearly important to consider when purchasing a new system. However, written specifications can be confusing, misleading and may actually have very little bearing on the actual performance of the instrument. Specifications, on paper, do not necessarily translate into advantages or disadvantages when it comes to making measurements on your samples. The best components and technical specifications in the world do not matter if the instrument is not assembled or optimized in a way that translate into real improvements in data quality and ease of use when you are working with your samples.
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