National Institute Of Materials Physics - Romania
Catalytic Materials and Catalysis
Facilities and Services
Our group owns a chemistry laboratory with basic instrumentation: glassware, balances, ultrasonic tanks, vortex, water bi-distillers, pressure reactors, heating and stirring systems, photocatalytic reactors, safety equipment, vacuum oven (Memmert), rotavapor (Heidolph), etc. dedicated to the preparation of catalytic materials, investigation of catalytic performance in oxidation reaction, hydrogenation, coupling reactions, photocatalytic reactions but also in the field of new energy sources (wet and dry methane reforming, water splitting, etc.).
Key features: High Resolution system tailored by our engineers to specifically suit your needs. Fully Motorized System from lasers to detectors Achromatic spectrometer designed to cover 200 to 2100nm spectral range Unsurpassed stability and accuracy due to a smart integrated and rugged design High quality optical components and concepts for maximised throughput Ultra Fast 3D […]View
The 3Flex Chemi automatic physisorption and chemisorption analyser, equipped with 3 analysis ports, is designed for high precision, high resolution, high throughput analysis for measurements of: BET specific surface area, mesopores, micropores, static chemisorption, dynamic chemisorption, vapor adsorption, heat of adsorption, and is recognized as the most advanced instrument on the market in the field […]View
THEMYS ONE is an accessible, user friendly and robust thermal analysis platform. It has easily exchangeable rods for running diverse measurements with the same instrument. THEMYS ONE covers most of the applications in the polymers and inorganic materials fields. It also performs well for testing catalysts, batteries or fossil fuels. It rapidly and reliably measures […]View
4. GCMS-QP2010 Ultra Shimadzu – Gas chromatograph coupled with mass spectrometer GC-MS equipped with autosampler as analytical methods for the identification of chemicals
The QP 2010 ULTRA system is a GC 2010 gas chromatograph coupled with a detector mass spectrometer QP 2010 ULTRA. The QP 2010 ULTRA mass detector features standard classical EI (electron impact) ionization and is used to identify gaseous compounds or volatile liquids. High-Speed Performance Achieves a maximum scan speed of 20,000 u/sec ASSPTM […]View
5. GC-2010 Plus (Shimadzu) coupled with three detectors (FID, TCD and BID), pressure valve for real time analysis of gaseous and liquid compounds.
The GC-2010 Plus enables reliable, high-precision trace analysis with high repeatability, utilizing detectors such as FID and FPD that feature best-in-class sensitivity. In addition, rapid oven cooling and backflush technology shorten analysis time greatly for significant improvements in productivity. Features: Trace Amount Analysis A lineup of powerful detectors ensures the highest sensitivity – even […]View
6. TPDRO 1100, POROTEC, Thermo Scientific, Analytical system for material characterisation using cumulative characterisation techniques such as TPD, TPR, TPO, pulse chemosorption and single point BET
Analytical system for material characterisation using cumulative characterisation techniques such as TPD (thermally programmed desorption), TPR (temperature controlled reduction), TPO (temperature controlled oxidation), pulse chemosorption and single point BET (nitrogen physisorption for determination of specific surface area and pore volume of solid materials). Features: Sample preparation unit: Temperature range: ambient … 720oC Carrier gas: H2, […]View
Raman spectrometry (AvaRaman 532) and UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometry AvaSpec-ULS 2048 L-RS-USB2) used mainly for reaction monitoring, product identification, detection and characterisation of particles suspended in aqueous solutions or solid materials. Both instruments are portable. Features: Versatile irradiation sources: Raman spectrometer: 532 nm laser UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer: Xe source emitting between 200 – 1100 nm The UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer […]View
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