True density measurements at precise RH and temperature conditions (pressure from vacuum to 50 psi (345 kPa), temperature from sub ambient to 50C, and relative humidity 0-100%) RH analysis in the pressure and temperature range, sorption and kinetic data from multiple headspace extraction Designed especially for density measurements of fine powders and foams.
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