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Published 12 Mar 2019

Determining the quality of asphalt emulsions using particle size and zeta potential analysis

What are asphalt emulsions and why are they important? They are liquid asphalt cement emulsified in water. They compose of bitumen, water, and an emulsifying agent or surfactant. Asphalt emulsions are integral to the optimum mechanical properties. Modified asphalt emulsions…READ MORE >

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Published 7 Mar 2019

A basic introduction to rheology and rheometry – Q&A

Rotational rheometers have great functionality and are arguably the most versatile rheology characterization tool available. They are used for a broad range of sample types and can be configured for a number of different rheometric methods. Two of these methods…READ MORE >

Published 6 Mar 2019

Post event report – Cardiff Materials Research Network Conference

Recently, the Cardiff Materials Research Network Conference took place in Chepstow, Wales. The Cardiff Research Materials Network is a new interdisciplinary network bringing together researchers from across Cardiff University with a mutual interest in the synthesis, characterization, application, understanding and…READ MORE >

Published 5 Mar 2019

Malvern Panalytical Webinars

Don’t miss our webinars this March. This complimentary educational program is presented by experts from inside and outside of our organization. Register for free; if you can’t attend the live event you will automatically receive a link to the on-demand…READ MORE >

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Published 28 Feb 2019

A 20-year jubilee with a golden edge

20th AMAP Annual Conference Fort Lauderdale, Florida, hosted the annual AMAP (Association of Modified Asphalt Producers) meeting with participants attending from all over the world. The conference celebrated its 20th anniversary with Malvern Panalytical being one of the proud sponsors…READ MORE >

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