Learn More Polymers Research
Polymer research on polymer morphology reveals the microstructure of materials. Electron microscopy enables polymer analysis for R&D and quality control.
Learn More Structural Analysis of Polymers
To address the demand for advanced polymeric materials to solve daily issues, scientists are working to improve the selectivity, activity and stability of catalyst particles, as well as engineering high quality polymer-based structures and organic or composite materials. X-ray diffraction (XRD) is a well-established technique for materials science research. With unique, dedicated environmental chambers, it can enable in situ dynamic experiments on materials in their natural states.
Learn More Polymer Analysis
From a variety of resources, learning centers, and product information, learn about the many methods we use to analyze polymers for different applications.
Our auto-ranging pedestal UV-Vis spectrophotometer eliminates time consuming steps such as dilution of highly concentrated samples of liquids such as dyes, lubricants and adhesives and simplifies chemometric method development data analysis.
Learn More Automotive Polymers & Composites
Design, develop, manufacture and troubleshoot across the complete range of materials with vibrational spectroscopy, lab-scale extrusion and compounding, and rheological instrumentation. Thermo Fisher Scientific is perfectly positioned to assist the development and manufacture of plastic parts and pieces, and aid in designing bold new composite materials for tomorrow's automobile.
Learn More Rheology in Polymer Analytics
Learn about analyzing solid and molten polymers with rotational rheometers. Find information on Rheology in polymer analytics!
Learn More Chemical Analysis of Polymers
Manipulating the molecular structure of polymers leads to new plastics that perform better in daily life. Knowing and having the right tools to identify, quantify and formulate polymer constituents is essential in determining which fillers and additives will expand possibilities. Our analytical solutions drive innovation and productivity in polymer analysis, encompassing the design, characterization and lab-to-production scale of polymeric materials across many industries.
Explore our Super Bright polymer dyes and antibody conjugates for the violet laser.
Learn More Rheological Analysis of Polymers
Rheometry is a proven tool for analysis of a polymer’s mechanical properties, even in different states. Our rheometers are designed to accurately measure the properties of fluids and other complex materials, so they help you optimize formulations and blends or adapt a process to ensure that resulting polymers have the desired properties.
Learn More Super Bright Polymer Dyes
Using Brilliant Violet antibody conjugates in your flow cytometry panel? Try the violet laser–excitable Super Bright antibody conjugates.
Learn More Spectroscopy Polymer Analysis
Identify, quantify, and deformulate your polymer constituents more easily and efficiently using our industry-leading spectroscopy technology. Speed your polymer analysis and get the answers you need to make critical decisions.
Learn More Polymer Compounding and Extrusion
Extrusion is used to determine the final form of polymers and plastics, from small sample amounts during initial product development through to full-scale manufacturing processes.\nOur microcompounders and twin-screw extruders are well-suited for research and development in the polymer sector.
Learn More Other Cationic Polymers
Cationic polymers differ from cationic lipids in that they do not contain a hydrophobic moiety and are completely soluble in water.
Learn More Polymers & Plastics Information
Learn how to speed polymer development, production, quality, and analytical testing using this comprehensive set of Thermo Scientific solutions.
Composite materials are making their way into many different application areas, ranging from aerospace to automotive and construction. Their properties improve stiffness and strength and allow for design of lightweight components at a reasonable cost.\n\nAvizo Software allows for analysis of the fibers that reinforce composite materials, computing length, orientation and density. It also detects matrix defects such as voids or foreign debris, cracking or delamination, and richness or dryness.