The Sauerbrey equation is straightforward to use, but it should only be applied when it is valid. Learn about when it can be used with confidence.
Temperature stability is key to achieve reliable and reproducible QCM measurements. Read about what temperature related artifacts that can arise.
Learn about what aspects to consider when preparing your QCM-sensors
In QCM measurements, access to multiple harmonics is often needed. Here we explain when and why.
Read about how QCM-D and QCM-I compare, their working principles and suitable applications.
Learn more about what questions QSense analysis can help answer in the context of container-closure interaction
Learn about three simple ways that can help you get the most out of your QCM-D data collection.
Find out more about how to use QCM-D for polymer characterization and to analyze polymer interactions at surfaces.
Read about how you can tell a QCM-D bulk shift from a response due to molecular adsorption.