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Did you out on any of our rheology webinars the took place earlier this year? Watch them now for free!
Over the past few months, we have been offering a variety of rheology webinars with topics ranging from basic introductions through to specific discussions on sample types (such as dispersions) and measurements (such as curing and tack testing).
You can catch up on:
- Part 1: Basics of Viscosity
- Part 2: Basics of Viscoelasticity
- Introduction to Capillary Rheometry and its Common Applications
- Using a Rheometer to Simplify Tack Testing
- The Rheology of Dispersions
- Introducing Curing Measurements on a Rheometer
- Rheology of Lotions and Emulsions
- Rheology of Battery Slurries
Dr Marsh, our webinar host, is the Applications and Product Marketing Manager for Rheology at NETZSCH, based in the UK. She has had more than ten years of experience working with rheometry, thermal analysis and other analytical techniques having completed a PhD in Polymer Science investigating the miscibility of biodegradable polymers. Previously, as a technical specialist in rheometry, Shona has been providing international support to customers with her extensive amount of experience in a variety of industries, including the measurements of foods, pharmaceuticals, polymers, inks, paints, coatings, emulsions, asphalt and bitumen. In 2018 Shona was invited to become a council member of the British Society of Rheology.
To watch any of these, please fill out the enquiry form attached to this page to receive a link, or visit our website and select the webinar of your choice on the relevant page.
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