Top 10 Factors to Consider When Selecting a Dynamic Light Scattering Instrument
White Paper May 02, 2017
The physical components and features of a dynamic light scattering (DLS) instrument along with the instrument's technical specifications are obviously important considerations when purchasing a new system. However, written specifications can be confusing, misleading and maybe even have very little bearing on the instrument's actual performance. Specifications on paper do not necessarily translate into advantages or disadvantages when it comes to making measurements on your samples. The best components and technical specifications in the world do not matter if the instrument is not assembled or optimized in a way that they translate into real improvements in data quality when you are making measurements on your samples.
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