Articles & Whitepapers
Adsorption of surfactant from non-polar liquid into porous material characterized using conductivity measurement
Hypothesis: Surfactants cause ionization in non-polar liquids, enabling such liquids to become electrically conductive with that conductivity being a linear function of the surfactant concentration. Consequently, measurement of the conductivity can be used as a tool for monitoring surfactant concentration. Experiments: We describe here a simple method for studying surfactant adsorption from oil ...
There have been number of papers published lately denying the role of ion-pairs role in the ionization of non-polar liquids containing surfactants. We have conducted several studies published in this ...
Facing an impending shutdown due to the COVID 19 crisis, we started to document its impact on the environment by analyzing Innsbruck’s air quality with a CHARON PTR-TOF 6000 X2. And indeed, the entire Tyrol was quarantined on March 14th, 11am. ...
Equipment & Solutions
Calibration system with permeation tubes Designed for automatic validation of results.