Practical training on breakthrough separation and exchange apparatus
we are glad to inform that we are going to provide a training opportunity for early-career researchers and postgraduates across the University of Bath to get practical hands-on training on how to run breakthrough separation experiments, using bespoke apparatus for gas breakthrough testing. The Isotope Exchange experimental apparatus (see the attached photo) at the University of Bath is a unique, specially designed rig for the study of isotopic exchange of gases on materials, and can also be used to perform breakthrough experiments. This apparatus allows measurement of gas exchange processes over wide ranges of temperature, flow and pressure, which cannot be investigated using widely available methods.
A engineer from Hiden Isochema who designed and set up the rig will run the in-depth training session on how to run experiments on the Iso-Ex rig and perform subsequent data analysis. The training topics includes: Sample Loading, Measurement Setup, Mass Spectrometer Setup, Software overview and Experiment Programming, and Data Management and Export.
We only offer 10 spaces due to the lab safety policy. Please register the training as early as possible to secure your place.