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180° DLS systems for characterization of nanoparticles

180° DLS Nanotrac® Systems for Characterization of Colloids within a size range of 0.8 nm to 6.5 µm. Concentrations from ppm up to 40% vol. more

Eclipse DUALTEC - the new dimension in Flow-FFF

The new Eclipse DUALTEC brings high-end separation technology to your lab. It allows the standardization and highest reproducibility more

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  • Automated Dynamic Light Scattering

    DLS analysis is a widely applied, non-invasive method for measuring the effective size of molecules in solution. This technique yields valuable information for the characterization of molecules and particles. It facilitates formerly laborious and tim more

  • Measurement of Nano particles and Proteins

    Colloid emulsions in their native environment require particle size determination in high concentration since there are concerns about changes in sample morphology upon dilution eg break up of aggregates. For proteins and other samples with very low concentration and for weakly scattering samples high sensitivity is required. New technologies offer both. more

  • Field-Flow Fractionation - The Universal Separation Principle for Particle and Macromolecule Characterization

    High molecular weight polymers, bio molecules or particles in a range of a few nanometers up to several microns are more and more important in science and technology. Many applications are based on the specific properties of these materials. For this reason, an exact knowledge of the molar mass or particle sizes distribution is essential for later application as well as for optimization of the production processes or quality control. In addition the knowledge about the chain structure of macromolecules or biopolymers as well as about the shape of particles is often necessary. For this reason those samples, which often can be very complex systems, have to be separated according to parameters such as e.g. hydrodynamic volume or molecular weight. After the separation process the resulting narrow dispersed fractions are detected with different techniques. more

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