Add a chemical perspective to your rheological analysis with in-situ Raman spectroscopy inside the rheometer. This will allow you to track and confirm expected changes in the chemistry of your material.
By combining two powerful measurement principles, you can:
- Observe viscoelastic behaviour and chemical changes simultaneously (eg. curing processes, melting, crystallisation, polymerisation, cross-linking)
- Link macroscopic mechanical behaviour with microscopic chemical structure
- Gain insights into underlying mechanisms and reaction kinetics
- Improve material models and optimise the composition
- Benefit from the modular setup and unmatched ease of use
Combining Rheology and Raman Spectroscopy Shear Rate Effects
Do you need a way to track shear-rate-dependent influences on molecules and supramolecular structures in real-time? The combination of Raman spectroscopy with a rheological setup offers unique advantages allowing the possibility to probe shear rate effects along with temperature effects on the sample. Download the application report here.