# Weight Loss Calculation In Tga : Thermogravimetry Analysis (TGA) – online training course

## Weight Loss Calculation In Tga Video

### Weight Loss Calculation In Tga

Thermogravimetry Analysis (TGA) – online training course

In this TGA tutorial, we provide information on how Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) can be applied to help solve your analytical problems.

TGA is a technique that measures the weight change of a material as a function of temperature or time. Its main use is to characterize materials with regard to their composition. Application areas include plastics, elastomers and thermosets, mineral compounds and ceramics, as well as a wide range of analyses in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Application examples presented cover the stoichiometric weight changes associated with calcium oxalate monohydrate as the sample is heated, moisture determination in a Zeolite, rubber analysis and the quantification of oil in SBR using a vacuum setup. In addition, the compositional analysis of a carbon black filled polymer, investigation of weight losses and phase transitions in kaolin, Pseudo-polymorphism, dehydration of copper sulphate pentahydrate, gypsum analysis, solvent detection using TGA-MS, calibration using curie points are also presented.

The TGA includes a top-of-the-line METTLER TOLEDO ultra-micro balance with unique built-in calibration weights to ensure unbeatable accuracy.

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1. Rutuja Bhoje says:

till what temperature this TGA we can operate?

2. Romio Maibam says:

Highly informative video, thank you.

Thanks for the information, really helping me to understand more about TGA

4. James Dearlove says:

Is this dwight shroot reading this?

5. Aishwarya Aishwarya says:

Excellent

6. Felix Ertl says:

Mi zahts ned ayc lerna -_-

7. K- series Andhra & Telangana says:

Residue should be high or low sir could u help me… Which one benefit is high residue or low residue

8. Dung David says:

thank you so much I have learned further useful knowledge

9. Satish SARAPH SH SaraPH SATISH S says:

VERY NICE AND QUITE GOOD QUALITY PRESENTATION. DO YOU HAVE ANY SUCH KIND OF PRESENTN"S FOR NUCLEAR MATERIALS AND CHARACTERISATION SUPPORT?
WITH BEST REGARDS,
SATISH SARAPH – MUMBAI -INDIA