New System Simplifies Particle Analysis
Jun 15 2017 Read 980 Times
The size and stability of nanoparticles and microparticles are crucial to their function as well as to their processing and transport properties. With the Litesizer™ 100 from Anton Paar you can determine the particle size, transmittance, molecular mass and second virial coefficient on a wide variety of samples. The Litesizer™ 100 gives you rapid and accurate insight into your particle systems, and provides the tools for optimising them by revealing how they change with time, pH, temperature, and concentration.
The Litesizer™ 100 is a streamlined version of the Litesizer™ 500, offering you the advanced particle size and molecular mass capabilities without the zeta potential technology.
The user interface is a one-page workflow, where input parameters, results and analysis are all on a single page. You can set up measurement series in a few seconds, and produce the analysis and report you need at the touch of a button. You can also compare results from different experiments when it’s convenient for you.
This continuous transmittance measurements feature gives you instant feedback about your sample, and it allows the device to automatically optimise parameters like the focus position, measurement angle, and measurement duration.
Highly sensitive measurement optics enable the accurate detection of even low-intensity signals, while the robust casing reduces the effects of vibrations and ensures that measurements remain unaffected by dust or temperature fluctuations.
The Litesizer™ 100 is a streamlined instrument that will simplify your particle analysis and free up your time, so you can concentrate on what your particles are doing, rather than trying to figure out how to use the device.
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