Posts tagged light scattering analysers

Particle Size Distribution Analysis – An Overview

Within the context of particle science, particle size analysis refers to determination of size, range and/or mean size of particles present. This analysis is crucial for research and commercial applications in a number of industries and a wide variety of applications. In the chemical industry, when powders form one or more of the reactants, precise constitution of the powder is vital to ensure consistency. In the construction industry, particularly road building, aggregates must be optimised for maximum strength and durability.  Continue reading Particle Size Distribution Analysis – An Overview

DelsaMax ASSIST and Analysis Software

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DelsaMax ASSIST

In some of my recent posts I have given brief details of the DelsaMax PRO and CORE dynamic light scattering instruments from Beckman Coulter. Among other things, I have been amazed by how quickly, accurately and reliably this series delivers its particle size and zeta potential analysis. I have also been impressed by the fact that it can do this with incredibly small samples and tiny particles. Today I’d like to talk about the other two items in the DelsaMax product line-up: DelsaMax ASSIST and the DelsaMax Analysis Software. Continue reading DelsaMax ASSIST and Analysis Software

New DelsaMax Series of Analysers

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This month I have information on a whole new series of dynamic light scattering instruments from Beckman Coulter. The DelsaMax Series looks set to take nanoparticle research to another level in terms of speed, accuracy and reliability. Continue reading New DelsaMax Series of Analysers