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Transition and Eject Temperature

Test ID  

A differential scanning calorimeter is used to heat or cool the material over a temperature range, while measurements of heat flow are made. Typically, the material is heated rapidly to its molten state and data is collected in the cooling mode to 40C, at a constant rate of 20C/min. The scan can also consist of collecting data while heating the material to its molten state. Transition temperature (onset of crystallization transitions; Tg for glass transitions) and eject temperature (end of crystallization or glass transition) are recorded.    
Upon request, data related to the first heating or cooling can be reported.  
ASTM D3418  
ISO 11357-2  
Data see sample data  
Thermal analysis curves and significant observed transitions are reported. This data appears in Matereality as Thermal Analysis.  
Replicates (# of times this test is repeated)  
1 - specimens, any type [details]


This test is typically required for mold filling analysis.