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Stress Rheometry Sample Testing

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In a stress rheometer the shear between two moving surfaces, traditionally under rotary motion, is achieved by controlling the applied torque and measuring the angular motion of the rotating shaft. Controlled stress rheometers are often used to study rheology of ordered systems (often suspensions), that is, to measure yield stresses and critical stresses associated with structure breakdown and recovery processes in these systems.

Stress rheometry capabilities include:

Measurement of steady and dynamic shear properties and gelation
Parallel plate, cone and plate, and Couette geometries
Peltier system for rapid temperature ramping
High pressure cell

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 02 January, 2011.