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Associate Prof. Kenichi Sakai, Tokyo University of Science

We are working on academic research in the field of colloid and interface chemistry and our main work is synthesis of novel surfactants and characterization of their properties. We use QCM-D as a must-tool to comprehend molecular adsorption/desorption behaviors specifically observed at a solid-liquid interface.

We regard QCM-D as a valuable measuring tool due to its high sensitivity and stability and find it applicable for versatile studies because of its availabilities of sensors with various different types of surfaces. In this context I would say QCM-D is the best suitable solution for simulating a variety of nanoscale interaction behaviors both “real-time & in-situ”.

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Malkiat Johal, Professor of Chemistry, Pomona College

I have found QSense to be one of the best techniques for an undergraduate lab because it’s turnkey and it requires very little maintenance. The operating principles are straightforward and the students can focus on the science. And so, that’s something that we have been really happy with, it really works in this kind of setting. It’s an ideal method for an undergraduate surface science lab.