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n.1.(Physics) An instrument for detecting the presence or movement of currents, as of electricity.
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The state-of-the-art rheometer platform includes a broad range of accessories to handle new analytical requirements, including the RheoScope module for micro viewing and the Haake Rheonaut module for FTIR analysis.
The SER can be teamed with the recently introduced RheoScope HT (High Temperature) module which simultaneously records theological properties and changes in the microscopic structure of a tested sample up to high temperatures.
Other additions to the MARS are the RheoScope HT which gives a temperature range from -5 to 300 degC and a high temperature UV-curing measuring cell for use with materials intended to replace thermal curing powder coatings, adhesives, sealants etc.
Another instrument, the RheoScope 1, was also showcased.
The RheoScope 1 features a unique combination of an optical microscope, digital camera and universal rheometer.
The RheoScope 1, a combination of an optical microscope, digital camera, and universal rheometer, eliminates the need for multiple instruments, according to manufacturer Thermo Haake.
This rheometer manufacturer has introduced the Rheoscope 1, featuring a combination of an optical microscope, digital camera and universal rheometer.
At the higher shear rates a capillary rheometer, Ceast Rheoscope 1000, has been used with flat dies of [Phi] = 1 mm and length-to-diameter ratios (L/D) from 5 to 20.
Rheological characterization of the materials was made using a capillary rheometer Rheoscope 1000 from CEAST (L/D = 40/1; D = 1 mm including rabinowitsch [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 2 OMITTED] correction).