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Malvern Exhibits at NanoMaterials 2010 as Conference Aims at ‘Inspiring Commercial Success’
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Malvern Exhibits at NanoMaterials 2010 as Conference Aims at ‘Inspiring Commercial Success’

Malvern Exhibits at NanoMaterials 2010 as Conference Aims at ‘Inspiring Commercial Success’
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Malvern Exhibits at NanoMaterials 2010 as Conference Aims at ‘Inspiring Commercial Success’


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Malvern Instruments is exhibiting the Zetasizer Nano particle characterization system at NanoMaterials 2010, on 8-10 June at the Hotel Russell in London, UK. Europe's leading conference and exhibition on the safe and profitable commercialization of nanomaterials, the theme of this year’s NanoMaterials is ‘Inspiring commercial success’.

As the world’s most widely used light scattering system for nanoparticle and biomolecular characterization, Malvern’s Zetasizer Nano is emerging as a key technology in advancing nanomaterials.

Stated by one user as “crucial to the development of new technologies”, the Zetasizer Nano measures three important parameters in materials science: particle size (0.6 nm to 6 microns), zeta potential and molecular weight. Top of the range, the Zetasizer Nano ZS measures all three in a single instrument, without any compromise in performance.

Novel technology and patented NIBS (non-invasive back-scatter) optics make Zetasizer Nano systems equally applicable to characterizing high concentration colloids and nanoparticles of all types, through to measurement of dilute proteins and macromolecules in their native state, requiring as little as 12 microlitres of sample.
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