Quantachrome at Pittcon

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Boynton Beach, Florida, February 26, 2008.

Celebrate the BET 70th Anniversary with Quantachrome at Pittcon 2008

Quantachrome Instruments, a leading manufacturer of materials characterization instruments, is celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the BET equation at the forthcoming Pittcon 2008 Exposition in New Orleans, March 3-6 with a special promotion.

Quantachrome is offering visitors to its Pittcon booth a 10% discount voucher good towards the purchase of any of its BET surface area analyzers. The BET equation was published in 1938 by Brunauer, Emmett and Teller and is still the primary method of surface area determination today. 2008 is also Quantachrome's own 40th Anniversary having been founded in 1968. This joint celebration can result in big savings for Pittcon attendees. To benefit from this offer, a discount voucher must be obtained from booth 1955 (this offer is not available elsewhere). Terms and conditions apply.

Quantachrome will be exhibiting on booth 1955 during the entire Pittcon expo, where qualified staff will be available to answer questions about new and existing products and services.

Quantachrome Instruments, founded in 1968, is a world leader in the design and manufacture of analytical instrumentation for characterizing properties of porous materials and powders. Dedicated to providing the highest quality scientific instrumentation and support, Quantachrome has more than 50 sales, service and distribution offices worldwide! Quantachrome celebrates its 40th Anniversary in 2008!

B.E.T. ( surface area ) is named after the three scientists, Stephen Brunauer, Paul Emmett and Edward Teller, who in 1938 published the mathematical model which made surface area measurement by gas adsorption a viable technique, and which continues to be a fundamental part of porous materials characterization to this day.The B.E.T. equation celebrates its 70th Birthday in 2008!

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