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Malvern NanoSight LM10

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The Malvern NanoSight LM10 instrument provides an easy-to-use, reproducible platform for nanoparticle characterization.

The LM10 allows rapid and accurate analysis of the size distribution and concentration of all types of nanoparticles from 10nm to 2000nm in diameter, depending on the instrument configuration and sample type.

The Malvern NanoSight LM10 is a highly flexible and robust instrument that can be upgraded at any time to fit the changing needs of both routine testing and research laboratories.

Simultaneous measurement of multiple characteristics saving time and sample volume.
Visual validation of results gives extra confidence.
User friendly software with easy set up of SOPs for routine use.
Minimal sample preparation.
Choice of standard or high sensitivity camera.
Choice of sample chamber with or without temperature control.
Choice of interchangeable laser blocks and wavelengths.
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