Expert Insight: Probing nanoscale structure & properties of polymers: Advances in atomic force microscopy

Watch this webinar to find out how atomic force microscopy is being used as a characterization tool in the polymer industry

16 Oct 2019


Today’s characterization tools must provide critical information at ever-finer length scales, down to micro- or even nanometer dimensions. This expert webinar will explore how atomic force microscopes (AFMs) are uniquely positioned to do this job.

Dr. Ted Limpoco and Dr. Jonathan Moffat
Applications scientist Dr. Ted Limpoco and AFM applications scientist Dr. Jonathan Moffat

Join applications scientist Dr. Ted Limpoco and AFM applications scientist Dr. Jonathan Moffat as they look at how AFMs can reveal polymer structures down to the crystal lamellae, examine morphologies such as nanopores and nanofibers created from specific processes, and evaluate the dispersion of fillers and phase separation of components in composites and blends. 

In this webinar, you will discover cutting-edge engineering to create high-level polymer products. Plus, learn how to:

  • Use your skills towards innovating high-performance polymer products
  • Help shape the future of the polymer industry by helping to shape the way products are made
  • Apply the latest material and process innovations and reduce time to market

Attend the live webinar on Wednesday, October 16, at:

  • 16:00 GMT
  • 11:00 EST
  • 08:00 PST
  • 17:00 CET

Who should attend:

  • Anyone in the polymer industry, formulation and process engineers as well as those involved in failure analysis
  • Anyone in academia, professors, post-docs, and graduate students whose research includes polymer materials

All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, and a learning outcomes summary document for continuing education purposes

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