This company has released new software to complement the new measurement capabilities of its Autosorb-iQ-XR, as well as to bring new benefits to users of all Autosorb-iQ models. The new AsiQWin ver2 software includes six pore size calculation models based on microscopic density functional theory (DFT), bringing the total number to 22. The new QSDFT (quenched solid DFT) kernels are applicable to micro-mesoporous carbons of various types, including structures derived from hard and soft templates and those having complex pore networks, as well as a variety of pore geometries. The entire DFT library encompasses other adsorbent types like zeolites and silicas, a variety of adsorbates, temperatures, and specific models for adsorption data and desorption data.
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