Live with Dr. David Fairhurst Better understand concentrated dispersions. Acorn Particle Analyzers utilizepatented nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) technology to evaluate the wetted surfaces of concentrated dispersions with simplicity, speed and versatility.Scientists in pharmaceuticals, pigments, adhesives, electronics, and energy have found XiGo’s Acorn Particle Analyzers invaluable to their quality control and research and development efforts. When: Tuesday, March 15,[…]
Xigo’s China-based partner Twinson participated at GRAPCHINA 2015, an international graphene innovation conference in Qingdao, China.
Dr. David Fairhurt’s lecture slides from his presentation at the 2015 American Institute of Chemical Engineers meeting in Utah on November 9 on Microemulsions available for download: Fingerprinting Emulsions and Micro-emulsions using Solvent NMR Relaxation and Diffusion measurements
Basically, an Acorn Area. Scientists at NIST and the University of Akron ask and answer the question, “What do we still need to understand to commercialize cellulose nanomaterials?” in an article for the the Institution for Civil Engineers latest publication of its journal on Green Materials. They were kind enough to mention our wetted surface area approach to[…]
Real Time On-Line Wetted Surface Area MeasurementsPowtex, Osaka, Japan October 16, 2015:Makino Company KK presented online mill slurry monitoring using Xigo Nanotools Acorn Flow. XiGo’s patented NMR based dispersion measuring technology provides an unprecedented level of sensitivity to changes in the wetted surface area of concentrated dispersions. Real time monitoring of the milling process enables[…]
Thank you to Dr. Takeda, for his poster and conference presentation on the applications of XiGo Nanotools Technology to the characterization of concentrated colloidal dispersions. Dr. Takeda is President of XiGo Nanotools, KK and Takeda Colloid Techno Consulting, KK.
Dr. Rytwo delivers keynote speach on data from Acorn Area at Euroclay’s 2015 conference
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