Dynamic Vapour Sorption


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Vapour interactions with solids can be determined using Dynamic Vapour Sorption (DVS), a gravimetric technique that measures variations in sample mass while subjecting the sample to changing partial pressure of a vapour (both water and organic). The changes in mass data against the relative vapour pressure of the solvent can then be used to plot the sorption isotherms of the sample material.

This useful technique is employed across a range of industries to determine adsorption isotherms, diffusion behaviours, surface area, polymorphism, hygroscopicity, polymorphism, and more.

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Applications & Properties Measured with Dynamic Vapour Sorption

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