PROJECT BG05M2OP001-1.001-0008 | NATIONAL CENTER OF MECHATRONICS AND CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES
Prof. Tamara Petkova, PhD (Institute of Electrochemistry and Еnergy Systems – BAS)
Assist. Prof. PhD. Ivalina Trendafilova/As. Hristina Lazarova (Institute of Organic Chemistry with Centre of Phytochemistry)
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phone: 00359 2 9606 111
The laboratory studies the behaviors of materials with temperature changes. By measuring the temperatures and heat fluxes correlated with thermal transitions in the materials under study, the changes that correspond to a change in their structure, composition and phase state are determined. Thermal analysis which allows the study of weight and phase changes in the composition of the metal/metaloxide nanoparticles in bulk or supported on porous materials during the thermal treatment in different gas media (inert, oxidative, reductive) is performed. The detailed characterization of the materials used as catalysts is a prerequisite for achieving highly efficient clean technologies. Potential partners and customers of the laboratory could be research teams and companies developing and producing new materials in various industries.
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The apparatus for thermogravimetric analysis STA449F5 Jupiter of NETZSCH Gerätebau GmbH allows combined TG/TG-DSC and TG-DTA measurements. The system has a top loading with a vertical design and working with samples from 3 mg to 35 g and a resolution above 0.1 μg with a rate of 0.1 to 50oC/min. The apparatus is equipped with a vacuum pump to evacuate the working space and can operate in different gas media: inert, oxidative, reductive, with automatic gas control with a built-in controller to deliver a minimum of 2 gases, adjusted by pressure and flow rate (from 5 to 250 ml/min with a resolution of 1 ml/min) simultaneously.