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Information-rich High-Throughput Screening of Curing Formulations Via the Large Sample Array Calorimeter

  • Pamela J. Stirn (a1), Tom C. Hofelich (a1) and Ramasamy R. Tamilarasan (a1)


This paper describes the use of an automated Large Sample Array Differential Scanning Calorimeter (LSA-DSC or LSA) for process optimization. The LSA was designed specifically for screening studies of multi-variable arrays where a large number of samples need to be examined simultaneously. It is ideal for kinetic evaluation of both biological and chemical reactions. The LSA can be used in either a temperature scanning (DSC) or isothermal (IMC) mode. An example where this equipment was used to optimize epoxy formulations will be presented. These formulations were prepared with high throughput techniques and evaluated using the LSA-DSC to determine the cure kinetics.



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