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Improved Nanoparticle Characterization
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Improved Nanoparticle Characterization

Improved Nanoparticle Characterization
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Improved Nanoparticle Characterization


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Testa Analytical NanoBrook 90Plus is designed with nanoparticle characterization in mind, performing fast, routine submicron particle size measurements (<1 nm to 6 µm) on a wide variety of samples and concentrations. Based on the principles of dynamic light scattering, most measurements only take a minute or two.

A unique filter algorithm can remove the influence of a contaminating fraction of large dust particles. Such particles can ruin a light scattering measurement; with the 90Plus it is often possible to rescue the measurement and obtain reliable data. The flexible and intuitive software allows you to quickly, simply, and interactively test the effects of changing parameters and evaluation methods. Different levels of software operation both enable a novice or occasional user to obtain key data quickly while still providing access to advanced features enough for specialists to unlock valuable data from complex measurements.

The 90Plus was also designed with the aim of reproducibility from sample-to-sample, operator-to-operator, and instrument-to-instrument. The high-quality optical design and strict quality control during manufacture ensures that every instrument performs the same. By automating much of the testing procedure and data analysis, effects due to different operators are dramatically reduced.

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