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By far the most important physical property of particulate samples is particle size. Measurement of particle size distributions is routinely carried out across a wide range of industries and is often a critical parameter in the manufacture of many products.
Measuring particle size distributions and understanding how they affect your products and processes can be critical to the success of many manufacturing businesses. Malvern Instruments offers leading instrumentation for all types of particle size analysis and characterization from sub-nanometer to millimeters in particle size.
Use the table below to help choose the right technology and particle size instrument for your needs:
Taylor Dispersion Analysis
0.2nm to >20nm
Dynamic Light Scattering
<1nm to >1µm
Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis
<30nm to >1µm
Resonant Mass Measurement**
50nm to 5µm
<100nm to >2mm
Spatial Filter Velocimetry
<50µm to 6mm
<1µm to >3mm
*all particle size ranges are sample dependent
**particle size ranges are sample and sensor dependent.
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This poster outlines an example where the methodology of Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) is used to characterize nanoparticles for drug delivery purposes
(Webinar - Recorded)
Análisis de tamaño de partícula Masterclass 3: Desarrollo de métodos
(May 26 2015)
NTA is a relatively new addition to the lab but is already bringing value to several areas of research. For example, the ability to visualize particles over time is allowing one research group developing self-assembling proteins to trace the changes in size of their molecules over time to better understand the dynamics of aggregation.
Dr Krystelle Mafina,
Queen Mary University,
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