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Diagram of QCM-I Net Multi-channel QCM-D with Unlimited Channels

Introducing QCM-I Net, MicroVacuum’s new solution for multi-channel QCM-D measurements with unlimited options

We are very excited to announce the availability of our new QCM-I NetTM multi-channel QCM-D solution. MicroVacuum’s QCM devices have long been market leading instruments for Quartz Crystal Microbalance measurements with impedance (QCM-I) and dissipation monitoring (QCM-D). Modularity and affordability were always one of our differentiators compared to other companies’ offerings, without ever compromising on […]
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Synchronizing QCM-I (QCM-D) Measurements Using the Digital IO Port

The BioSense 3 software controls and records experiments using the Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Impedance (QCM-I) instrument. Other instrumentation can also be controlled with the software to provide integrated experiments, e.g. Gamry potentiostats for electrochemical QCM-I measurements. Other equipment can also be synchronized with the QCM-I experiment using the digital In/Out port. This technical note […]
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QCM-D with extended temperature range from -40°C to +150°C

The standard temperature range of our QCM-D system is from -40 °C up to 80 °C with better than +- 0.02 °C stability. We can control the temperature of the two QCM sensors independently from the other with the help of a computer controlled high precision Peltier driver. The temperature of the sensors are measured with a high stability Pt100 RTD and the cold side […]
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Gamry Announces Exclusive Distribution of MicroVacuum’s Quartz Crystal Microbalance Instruments which Include Impedance and Dissipation Measurement

MicroVacuum of Budapest, Hungary has named Gamry Instruments as the exclusive distributor of their Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Impedance measurement ( QCM-I ) in the United States & China Budapest, Hungary, September  8, 2018 – Gamry Instruments of Warminster, PA and MicroVacuum of Budapest, Hungary are pleased to announce a strategic partnership. The agreement awards Gamry […]
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Google Dataset Search

Google Dataset Search is now available for researchers and journalists

As an extension to the highly popular Google Scholar search engine, Google just launched a new search engine, called Google Dataset Search for researchers and journalists. The search engines indexes government databases, public sources, digital libraries, and other websites that follows Schema.org’s standards for describing their data. You can use familiar search shortcuts (e.g. site: […]
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