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Other Characterization Equipment at Dalhousie

 

This list of equipment includes instruments that are NOT operated by the Clean Technologies Research Institute, but by indivudual researchers or research facilities.  It is not a comprehensive list of everything that may be found at Dalhousie.

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Calorimetry and Thermal Analysis
Microscopes, TEM, SEM AFM and Electron Microprobe         
Spectroscopy, Plasma Spectroscopy 
Chromatography NMR Testing Systems, Biomedical Applications
Diffractometers Photolysis and Fluorescence Measurement Testing Machines, Heavy
Electrophoresis Rheometers Testing Systems, Impact Testers
Furnaces and Heaters Sample Preparation Tools Testing Systems, Rock, Soil, Soil Structure and Highway Materials
Lasers Spectrometers, Mass Spectrometers Viscometers
Mechanical Property Testing, Various
Spectrometer, Mössbauer Zeta Potential
Microscopes and Stereoscopes
Spectrometers, UV-Vis  

 

Calorimetry and Thermal Analysis

Differential scanning calorimeter
Comments:
Perkin-Elmer
Contact: Dr. Allan Paulson, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 6031
e-mail: Allan<dot>Paulson<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Thermal analysis
Comments:
Differential scanning calorimetry, thermogravimetric analysis and differential thermal analysis.
Contact: Dr. Jeff Dahn, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 2312
e-mail: Jeff<dot>Dahn<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Netzsch LFA 427 High Temperature Laser Flash Thermal Diffusivity Apparatus
Contact:
Dr. Stephen Corbin, Mineral Resource Engineering 
tel: 902 494 2929
e-mail: Stephen<dot>Corbin<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Dynamic thermomechanical analyzer
Comments:
with thermogravimetric tester
Contact: Dr. J. Michael Lee, Biomedical Engineering
tel: 902 494 6734
fax: 902 494 6621
e-mail: Michael<dot>Lee<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Chromatography

Gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy system
Contact: Dr. Sue Budge, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 6031
e-mail: Tom<dot>Gill<at>Dal<dot>Ca 

Liquid chromatography systems
Comments:
automated high pressure and fast protein
Contact: Dr. Tom Gill, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 6031
e-mail: Tom<dot>Gill<at>Dal<dot>Ca


Diffractometers

High Speed X-ray Diffractometer
Comments:
Bruker D8 Advance XRD System [PDF - 128kB]
Contact: Dr. Zoheir Farhat, Process Engineering & Applied Science, (Materials Engineering Program)
tel: 902 494 3745
e-mail: Zoheir<dot>Farhat<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Powder X-ray Diffractometer
Comments:
Siemens D500 X-ray diffractometer; structural analysis of powdered samples (4K to room temperature).
Contact: Andy George, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 3596
e-mail: Andrew<dot>George<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Powder x-ray diffraction and JCPDS datafile
Contact:
Dr. Jeff Dahn, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 2312
e-mail: Jeff<dot>Dahn<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Electrophoresis

Capillary electrophoresis system
Contact: Dr. Allan Paulson, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel:
902 494 3280
e-mail: Allan<dot>Paulson<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Electrophoretic/isoelectric focusing equipment
Comments:
analytical and preparative
Contact: Dr. Tom Gill, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 6031
e-mail: Tom<dot>Gill<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Furnaces and Heaters

Centorr High Temperature, High Vacuum/controlled atmosphere furnace
Contact: Dr. Stephen Corbin, Mineral Resource Engineering
tel: 902 494 2929
e-mail: Stephen<dot>Corbin<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Induction Furnace
Contact: Dr. Zoheir Farhat, Process Engineering & Applied Science, (Materials Engineering Program)
tel: 902 494 3745
e-mail: Zoheir<dot>Farhat<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Furnaces
Comments:
muffle (up to 1200 C)
Contact: Dr. Zoheir Farhat, Process Engineering & Applied Science, (Materials Engineering Program)
tel: 902 494 3745
e-mail: Zoheir<dot>Farhat<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Furnace
Comments:
low temperature (150 C)
Contact: Dr. Zoheir Farhat, Process Engineering & Applied Science, (Materials Engineering Program)
tel: 902 494 3745
e-mail: Zoheir<dot>Farhat<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Furnace
Comments:
programmable tube furnace (up to 1000 C)
Contact: Dr. Zoheir Farhat, Process Engineering & Applied Science, (Materials Engineering Program)
tel: 902 494 3745
e-mail: Zoheir<dot>Farhat<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Furnace
Comments:
Lindberg electric; sintering, annealing, and crystal growth up 1,450 C.
Contact: Andy George, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 3596
e-mail: Andrew<dot>George<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Furnace
Comments:
RF-induction furnace capable of 2200 C and vacuum operation
Contact: Dr. Jeff Dahn, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 2312
e-mail: Jeff<dot>Dahn<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Furnace
Comments:
Travelling heat furnace for the growth of semiconductors
Contact: Dr. Daniel Labrie, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 2322
e-mail: Daniel<dot>Labrie<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Heater
Comments:
Philips (PH1012/12) induction; heating and melting conducting materials.
Contact: Andy George, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 3596
e-mail: Andrew<dot>George<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Lasers

Laser
Comments:
Ultra compact Ti:Sapphire laser which produces high energy 150fs pulses of 775nm light. The system currently has three detection methods, two involving absorption techniques and one involving ultrafast fluorescence.
Contact: Dr. Fran Cozens, Department of Chemistry
tel: 902 494 6582
e-mail: Frances<dot>Cozens<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Mechanical Property Testing, Various

Extensometers
Contact:
Dr. Paul Bishop, Process Engineering & Applied Science
tel: 902 494 1520
e-mail: Paul<dot>Bishop<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Strain Sensors, Fibre Optic
Comments:
Demodulation and data acquisition systems for Fabry-Perot and Bragg grating type fibre optic strain sensors. Sensors can be used to characterize materials performance in functioning structures.
Contact: NS CAD/CAM Centre
tel: 902 494 3242 (Debbie Brown, Admin. Asst.) 
e-mail: Debbie<dot>Brown<at>Dal<dot>Ca  

Hardness testers
Comments:
Macro and micro Vickers Rockwell
Contact: Dr. Paul Bishop, Process Engineering & Applied Science
tel: 902 494 1520
e-mail: Paul<dot>Bishop<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Microporosimeter
Comments:
Gas absorption
Contact: Dr. Jeff Dahn, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 2312
e-mail: Jeff<dot>Dahn<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Nano-indenter
Comments: 
 Agilent Nano-indenter G200. Capable of continuous stiffness measurements (during loading).  Suitable for semiconductors, thin films, hard coatings, composite materials, fibers, polymers, metals, ceramics, biomaterials and interfaces.
Contact:  Daniel Boyd
e-mail: D<dot>Boyd<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Particle size analysis
Comments:
particle size analysis for powder metallurgy, ceramics, etc.
Contact:
Gordie Hall, Biomedical Engineering
tel: 902 494 7058 
e-mail: g<dot>hall<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Profilometry and hardness testers
Contact:
Dr. J. Michael Lee, Biomedical Engineering
tel: 902 494 6734
fax: 902 494 6621
e-mail: Michael<dot>Lee<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Modulus determination, Ultrasonic apparatus for
Conntact:
Dr. J. Michael Lee, Biomedical Engineering
tel: 902 494 6734
fax: 902 494 6621
e-mail: Michael<dot>Lee<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Optical twisting magnetic cytometer
Comments:
Determines mechanical properties of live cultured cells by tracking the motions of ferromagnetic beads moving in a magnetic field.
Contact:
Dr. Geoff Maksym, Biomedical Engineering
tel: (902) 494-2624
fax: (902) 494-6621
e-mail: geoff<dot>maksym<at>dal<dot>ca

Microscopes and Stereoscopes

Confocal laser scanning microscope
Comments:
LSM-410-Carl Zeiss; fluorescence (3 laser lines: 488nm, 568nm, 647nm), optical sectioning, digital imaging, 3D reconstruction, inverted microscope
Contact: Dr. Ping Li, Department of Biology
tel: 902 494 3309
fax: 902 494 3736
e-mail: Ping<dot>Li<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Epifluorescence microscope
Comments:
Olympus IX70 with Sensicam 12-bit B/W camera, 100 ns to 1000 sec exposure times, 8.5 frames/sec or faster with smaller frames on an anti-vibration table.
Contact: Dr. Geoff Maksym, Biomedical Engineering
tel: (902) 494-2624
fax: (902) 494-6621
e-mail: geoff<dot>maksym<at>dal<dot>ca

Microscopes, optical
Comments:
up to 1000x, bright/dark field, polarized light, interference contrast, Nemarski contrast, oil immersion lenses, Polaroid, 35 mm and digital image acquisition (black and white).
Contact: Dr. Kevin Plucknett, Process Engineering & Applied Science, Materials Engineering 
tel: 902 494 3297
e-mail: Kevin<dot>Plucknett<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Stereoscopes, optical
Comments: magnification up to 40x, digital image acquisition (black and white).
Contact: Dr. Georges Kipouros, Process Engineering & Applied Science
tel: 902 494 6100
e-mail: Georges<dot>Kipouros<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Microscopes, TEM, SEM AFM and Electron Microprobe

Electron Microprobe
Comments:
JEOL 8200; Rapid non-destructive quantitative WDS analysis of minerals, glasses, bricks and metals (i.e. natural and synthetic materials), as well as semi-quantitative and qualitative EDS analyses. Produces secondary electron, backscattered and X-Ray map ../Images/. Image analysis of grain features (size, shape as well as chemical typing).
Contact: Dan MacDonald, Earth Sciences, Dalhousie Regional Electron Microprobe and Image Analysis Laboratory
tel: 902 494 7087
e-mail: Probelab<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Transmission Electron Microscope
Comments:
 FEI, Tecnai 12; 120 kv; 300 kx; Gatan 832 SC1000 11M pixels (4008 x 2672) CCD camera 
Contact: Ping Li, Department of Biology
tel: 902 494 3309
fax: 902 494 3736
e-mail: Ping<dot>Li<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Scanning Tunnelling Microscope and Atomic Force Microscope
Comments:
Non-destructive examination of surfaces. AFM can give high resolution with the sample immersed in water or an electrolyte, and the height of surface features is obtained directly during sample imaging. These instruments are ideally suited for determination of surface roughness, corrosion and for imaging of biological materials under appropriate physiological conditions.
Contact: Dr. Manfred H. Jericho, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 2316
e-mail: Manfred<dot>Jericho<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Scanning Electron Microscope
Comments:
 ZEISS/LEO 1455vp Variable Pressure SEM, with large specimen chamber; Sample preparation..
Contact: Ping Li, Department of Biology
tel: 902 494 3309
fax: 902 494 3736
e-mail: Ping<dot>Li<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Scanning Electron Microscope
Comments:
Magnifications up to approx 30,000x, secondary and back-scattered electron image formation, X-ray spectra/mapping (EDS, for Z 11), Polaroid and digital image acquisition, coating units (gold and carbon).
Contact: Dr. Kevin Plucknett, Process Engineering & Applied Science, Materials Engineering 
tel: 902 494 3297
e-mail: Kevin<dot>Plucknett<at>Dal<dot>Ca

NMR

NMR spectrometer
Comments:
Bruker Avance 700; multi-nuclear NMR for solids, range from 87Sr -31P, H/F,  for 2.5mm, 3.2mm and 4mm rotors with dual and triple resonance MAS probe heads. See NMR-3
Contact: Dr. Ulrike Werner-Zwanziger, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 8085
e-mail: Ulli<dot>Zwanziger<at>Dal<dot>Ca

NMR spectrometer
Comments:
Bruker/Tecmag AC250; 1H, 13C, 19F, 31P NMR of liquids
Contact:
Dr. Mike Lumsden, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 1635
e-mail: Mike<dot>Lumsden<at>Dal<dot>Ca

NMR spectrometer
Comments:
Bruker AV 300; multinuclear NMR of liquids
Contact:
Dr. Mike Lumsden, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 1635
e-mail: Mike<dot>Lumsden<at>Dal<dot>Ca

NMR spectrometer
Comments:
Bruker AV 500; multinuclear NMR of liquids
Contact:
Dr. Mike Lumsden, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 1635
e-mail: Mike<dot>Lumsden<at>Dal<dot>Ca

NMR spectrometer
Comments:
Bruker Avance DSX 400; multi-nuclear NMR for solids, range from 15N -31P, H/F,  for 2.5mm, 4mm and 7mm rotors with dual and triple resonance MAS probe heads, and wideline capabilities. See NMR-3
Contact: Dr. Ulrike Werner-Zwanziger, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 8085
e-mail: Ulli<dot>Zwanziger<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Photolysis and Fluorescence Measurement

Flash photolysis apparatus
Comments:
Nanosecond laser apparatus; transmission and diffuse reflectance detection. Two excitation lasers are available, one excimer laser (308 nm) and one YAG laser (266, 355 or 352 nm).
Contact: Dr. Fran Cozens, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 6582
e-mail: Frances<dot>Cozens<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Photolysis
Comments:
Standard photochemical equipment for photolysis of samples
Contact: Dr. Fran Cozens, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 6582
e-mail: Frances<dot>Cozens<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Fluorimeter
Comments:
PTI; fluorescence measurements of transparent and opaque samples.
Contact: Dr. Fran Cozens, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 6582
e-mail: Frances<dot>Cozens<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Rheometers

Rheometer
Comments:
controlled stress
Contact: Dr. Allan Paulson, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 3280
e-mail: Allan<dot>Paulson<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Rheometer
Comments:
controlled rate
Contact: Dr. Alex Speers, Department of Food Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 3146
e-mail: Alex<dot>Speers<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Sample Preparation Tools

Glove boxes
Comments:
Inert atmosphere
Contact: Dr. Jeff Dahn, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 2312
e-mail: Jeff<dot>Dahn<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Press
Comments:
Isostatic press for powder compaction
Contact: Dr. Georges Kipouros, Process Engineering & Applied Science
tel: 902 494 6100
e-mail: Georges<dot>Kipouros<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Spray dryer system
Comments:
Lab-scale
Contact: Dr. Jeff Dahn, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 2312
e-mail: Jeff<dot>Dahn<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Ultracentrifuge
Comments:
preparative
Contact: Dr. Tom Gill, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 6031
e-mail: Tom<dot>Gill<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Spectrometers, Mass Spectrometers

Mass spectrometer
Comments:
Double focusing (Rebuilt CEC 21-110B) mass spectrometer; Low-resolution and high-resolution EI/MS of solids, liquids, and gases, accurate mass determination.
Contact: Xiao Feng, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 1663
fax: 902 494 1310
e-mail: Xiao<dot>Feng<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Mass spectrometer
Comments:
VG/Micromass triple quadrupole mass spectrometer; EI/MS, CI/MS, APCI/MS, ESI/MS, GC/MS with either EI or CI, LC/MS with either APCI or ESI, MS/MS.
Contact: Xiao Feng, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 1663
fax: 902 494 1310
e-mail: Xiao<dot>Feng<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Mass spectrometer
Comments:
Thermo Finnigan LCQDuo Ion Trap mass spectrometer; APCI/MS, ESI/MS, flow injection MS with either APCI or ESI, LC/MS with either APCI or ESI, MS/MS.
Contact: Xiao Feng, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 1663
fax: 902 494 1310
e-mail: Xiao<dot>Feng<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Mass spectrometer
Comments:
 Bruker Doltonics micTOF mass spectrometer; APCI/MS, ESI/MS, LC/MS with either APCI or ESI, and high-resolution ESI or APCI, accurate mass determination. 
Contact: Xiao Feng, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 1663
fax: 902 494 1310
e-mail: Xiao<dot>Feng<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy system
Comments:
 
Contact: Dr. Sue Budge, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 6031
e-mail: Tom<dot>Gill<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Spectrometer, Mössbauer

Mössbauer spectrometer
Comments:
  Spectrometers available for Fe and Sn measurements
Contact: Dr. R. A. Dunlap, Physics & Atmospheric Science
tel: 902 494 2394
e-mail: Dunlap<at>>Dal<dot>Ca

Spectrometers, UV-Vis

UV-Vis spectrometer
Comments:
Cary 100; equipped with labsphere integrating sphere for diffuse reflectance measurements, ie opaque samples.
Contact: Dr. Fran Cozens, Chemistry
tel: 902 494 6582
e-mail: Frances<dot>Cozens<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Spectrophotometer
Comments:
reflective
Contact: Dr. Tom Gill, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 6031
e-mail: Tom<dot>Gill<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Spectrophotometer
Comments:
UV - visible
Contact: Dr. Tom Gill, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 6031
e-mail: Tom<dot>Gill<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Spectroscopy, Plasma Spectroscopy

Plasma Spectroscopy
Comments:
  ICP-OES Optima 8000, Inductively coupled plasma spectroscopy
Contact:  Daniel Boyd, Applied Oral Sciences
e-mail: D<dot>Boyd<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Testing Systems, Biomedical Applications

Servohydraulic Testing System
Comments:
 Planar Biaxial (4 actuators, 10 kN max) 
Contact: Dr. J. Michael Lee, Biomedical Engineering
tel: 902 494 6734
fax: 902 494 6621
e-mail: Michael<dot>Lee<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Servohydraulic Testing System
Comments:
 Tension-Compression/Torsion (100kN/1000Nm max) 
Contact: Dr. J. Michael Lee, Biomedical Engineering
tel: 902 494 6734
fax: 902 494 6621
e-mail: Michael<dot>Lee<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Electromechanical Test Machine
Comments:
   BOSE 3510: Electromechanical Test Machine, [pdf] 
Contact: Daniel Boyd, Applied Oral Sciences
e-mail:  D<dot>Boyd<at>Dal<dot>Ca 

Hydrothermal isometric tension testing system
Contact:
Dr. J. Michael Lee, Biomedical Engineering
tel: 902 494 6734
fax: 902 494 6621
e-mail: Michael<dot>Lee<at>Dal<dot>Ca  

Testing Machines, Heavy

Instron Universal Testing Machine
Contact: Dr. Tom Gill, Department of Food Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 6031
e-mail: Tom<dot>Gill<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Instron Universal Testing Machine
Contact:
Dr. Allan Paulson, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel:  902 494 3280
e-mail:  Allan<dot>Paulson<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Testing machines
Comments:
Instron and MTS Servo-hydraulic testing machines (10 kN - 800 kN), static and fatigue testing.
Contact: Dr. Paul Bishop, Process Engineering & Applied Science
tel: 902 494 1520
e-mail: Paul<dot>Bishop<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Testing machine
Comments:
200 tonnes Tinus Olsen
Contact: Dr. Nouman Ali, Civil and Resource Engineering
tel: 902 494 3970
e-mail: Nouman<dot>Ali<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Testing machine
Comments:
200 tonnes Amsler servo hydraulic universal
Contact: Dr. Nouman Ali, Civil and Resource Engineering
tel: 902 494 3970
e-mail: Nouman<dot>Ali<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Heavy Testing Equipment
Comments:
30 tonne to 200 tonne load frames and cylinders and instrumentation for large scale testing of materials and structures. Sample size can be up to 3.5 m x 12 m.
Contact: NS CAD/CAM Centre
tel: 902 494 3242 (Debbie Brown, Admin. Asst.) 
e-mail: Debbie<dot>Brown<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Dynamic Actuators
Comments:
2 large 40 tonne actuators (150 mm stroke) and load frames for conducting dynamic, cyclic and fatigue test on large scale models
Contact: NS CAD/CAM Centre
tel: 902 494 3242 (Debbie Brown, Admin. Asst.) 
e-mail: Debbie<dot>Brown<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Testing Systems, Impact Testers

Impact tester
Comments:
Charpy
Contact: Dr. Nouman Ali, Civil and Resource Engineering
tel: 902 494 3970
e-mail: Nouman<dot>Ali<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Comments:Impact testing facility
Drop weight
Contact: Dr. Nouman Ali, Civil and Resource Engineering
tel: 902 494 3970
e-mail: Nouman<dot>Ali<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Testing Systems, Rock, Soil, Soil Structure and Highway Materials

Rock mechanics: measuring equipment
Comments:
CSIR stress cell for measuring in situ stress. 3D Fslip for measuring fault slip in 3D.
Contact: Dr. Steve Zou, Civil & Resource Engineering
tel: 902 494 3977
e-mail: Steve<dot>Zou<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Rock mechanics: testing equipment
Comments:
Compression machine for uniaxial and triaxial tests. Point Load Strength Index test. Direct Shear testing box. Flexural test. Indirect tensile test (Brazilian test).
Contact: Dr. Steve Zou, Civil & Resource Engineering
tel: 902 494 3977
e-mail: Steve<dot>Zou<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Soils and soil structures and foundations laboratories
Contact: Dr. Nouman Ali, Civil and Resource Engineering
tel: 902 494 3970
e-mail: Nouman<dot>Ali<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Highway Materials Testing Laboratories
Contact:
Dr. Nouman Ali, Civil and Resource Engineering
tel: 902 494 3970
e-mail: Nouman<dot>Ali<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Viscometers

Viscometers
Comments:
various
Contact: Dr. Alex Speers, Department of Food Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 3146
e-mail: Alex<dot>Speers<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Viscometer
Comments:
Paar rolling ball
Contact: Dr. Alex Speers, Department of Food Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel: 902 494 3146
e-mail: Alex<dot>Speers<at>Dal<dot>Ca

Zeta Potential

Zeta Meter
Comments
: Laval Lab
Contact: Alex Speers, Department of Food Science, Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology
tel:  902 494 3146
e-mail: Alex<dot>Speers<at>Dal<dot>Ca