It is well known that, with increasing temperature, the rate of a chemical reaction increases due to an increase in the concentration of active molecules due to the absorption of energy from outside. According to the well-known van't Hoff's rule, an increase in temperature by 10 degrees accelerates the reaction by 2 ~ 3 times. However, there are also reactions with the release of heat, the so-called "Exothermic reactions". One well-known example of an exothermic reaction is the combustion process. Fire can benefit a person by warming him, but it can also harm by destroying housing and life. An exothermic reaction in biological materials research can also be detrimental, such as destroying a protein as a result of a rise in temperature.
Multistage thermoelectric modules, which have been manufactured and improved by Crystal Company for more than 20 years, are able to react instantly and quickly absorb heat even with a non-linear increase of the temperature.
It is also impossible to imagine without thermoelectric modules compact laboratory equipment using the crystallization method as a method for studying or controlling the substrate temperature during deposition from colloidal solutions.
High performance, long service life of thermoelectric modules from Crystal Company significantly expands the functionality of analytical equipment, facilitate and speed up the research process.