British Society of Rheology. The British Society of Rheology was founded in 1940 with the objective of promoting the science of rheology and is a founder member of the European Society of Rheology.
The Society awards a Gold Medal every few years in recognition of outstanding contributions to rheology and has also established an Annual Award. This has been made to younger scientists in recognition of their work as well as to rheologists who have made a significant contribution to the life of the Society.
To encourage younger rheology scientists, the Society funds the Scott Blair Memorial Scholarship and administers the Scott Blair Biorheology Scholarship which is funded by Elsevier Science. It makes awards from time to time for the best paper(s) presented at a Young Rheologists' Day. It also makes travel grants in support of the expenses incurred by students in their attendance at conferences and courses.
NDC Infrared Engineering
NDC Infrared Engineering manufactures and develops process measurement and control solutions for a range of industries and applications using NIR and other technologies.
For the Pharmaceutical industry, the PharmaView(tm) system enables users to gain real-time measurement outputs of the moisture content in fluidized bed dryers and to achieve required end-point. Visit www.ndcpharma.com for more.
Nanowerk Nanotechnology Directory Comprehensive directory of nanoscience and nanotechnology resources.
BTG BTG is a leading supplier for the paper industry. However, our laboratory units can be used for numerous alternative applications where identifying the charge level of a sample is often crucial: waste water treatment, stabilisation of dispersions, adsorption of additives on particle surfaces, food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, medical products, inks and paints, textiles and fibres, mining.
Malvern room at Cambridge University. The Physical Geography Laboratories are housed within the Department of Geography, University of Cambridge. They comprise both Physical Laboratories(including the Soils and Sediment Laboratory, Pollen Preparation Rooms,Microscope Rooms) and the Chemistry Laboratories (which comprise the Analytical Laboratories and Instrument Room). There is also a new Teaching Laboratory. Users of these facilities ranges from undergraduate to post-doctoral workers.
Our close relationship with Malvern has resulted in the setting up of the new Malvern Room which provides facilities for laser particle sizing, color spectrometry and the determination of magnetic properties for a range of soil and sediment samples. With the recent addition of a Thin-Section Facility through collaboration with the department of Archaeology the Physical Geography Laboratories can offer a comprehensive sediment characterization facility.
Luxpop - Finding refractive index values. Luxpop is a useful site for finding refractive index values and other photonics calculations.
NIST Recommended Practice Guide "Use of Nomenclature in Dispersion Science and Technology". This Adobe Acrobat document is a compilation, with updates, of NIST Special Publications 945 and 946 and provides guidelines for the use of technical and scientific nomenclature relevant to ceramic dispersions. (1077Kb).
Chemical properties (RI etc): An index of alphabetized links for Physical, Chemical and Other Property Data.
Di-electric constants: ASI Instruments Inc. extensive list of products with Dielectric Constants. Many of these Dielectric Constants are given at specific temperatures.
Chemical Compatibility Extensive list of materials with compatibility ratings.
Tygon tubing compatibility. Information of chemical compatibility of Tygon tubing products.
Gilson Inc. Gilson Inc. website with support for the Gilson Autosampler
Pharmaceutical online. The pharmaceutical manufacturing industry’s leading Web site.
Particle Characterisation Interest Group of RSC Training Meeting on Particle Size Measurement Wednesday 14th November 2012