This classroom offers information for the measurement and analysis of the rheological properties of liquid, paste, and/or semi-solid samples. Whether you’re teaching simple viscosity determination or complex rheological investigations, this standalone rheometer and intuitive software will bring these curriculum topics to life for your students.
Visit the Spectroscopy in the Classroom Resource Center to find lesson plans, videos, webinars, and application notes that can easily fit into your classroom curriculum.
Go beyond the textbook. Engage and motivate your students with hands-on access to real-world rheology experiments. The Thermo Scientific HAAKE Viscotester iQ Rheometer is the perfect teaching tool, offering high performance, intuitive touchscreen control, and portability. This easy to operate instrument gets students started with comprehensive rheology testing in rotation or oscillation mode. The Viscotester iQ or iQ Air Rheometers are ideal for universities who are training future rheologists interested in studying the science of how materials behave.
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The versatile rheometer for quality control
The HAAKE Viscotester iQ Rheometer offers convenience, flexibility, and a variety of measuring modes for quality control applications. In this webinar, the basics of oscillatory rheometry and how it can be applied to quality control are presented. Topics covered include:
Visually inspire your future scientists
Equip your class with this Spectroscopy Techniques Poster. Encourage your students to explore the electrometric spectrum, instructional diagrams, and spectroscopy techniques.
Spectroscopy in the classroom resource center
Here you will find classroom resources that will help empower and engage your students.Learn more
Access a targeted collection of application notes, case studies, videos, webinars and white papers covering a range of applications for Fourier Transform infrared spectroscopy, Near-infrared spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis) spectrophotometry, X-Ray Fluorescence, and more.