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The Malvern Zetasizer series measures particle and molecule size from below a nanometer to several microns using dynamic light scattering, zeta potential and electrophoretic mobility using electrophoretic light scattering, and molecular weight using static light scattering. In addition the system can be connected to a GPC / SEC system to use as a chromatography detector. The system is available in a range of variants that allows you to select the best system for your application and budget, and the philosophy of the design is to ensure exceptional ease of use and give confidence in the results without compromising performance.

Zetasizer Nano range The world’s most widely used systems for nanoparticle, colloid and protein size, zeta potential measurements and molecular characterization. Image
Measurement
Zeta potential, Microrheology, Protein mobility, Particle size, Molecular size, Molecular weight
Particle size range
0.3nm to 10µm
Dispersion type
Wet
Technology
Dynamic Light Scattering, Electrophoretic Light Scattering, Static Light Scattering
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Zetasizer APS The highest accuracy automated protein size measurement Image
Measurement
Molecular size, Molecular weight, Particle size
Temperature range
2°C to 90°C
Particle size range
0.3nm to 2µm
Dispersion type
Wet
Technology
Dynamic Light Scattering
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Zetasizer µV Modular size and molecular weight detector that can be added to any SEC system. Molecular weight, molecular size by Size Exclusion Chromatography with Zetasizer µV
Measurement
Molecular size
Temperature range
2°C to 90°C
Particle size range
0.3nm to 2µm
Dispersion type
Wet
Technology
Size Exclusion Chromatography, Dynamic Light Scattering
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Zetasizer Helix Characterize secondary and tertiary structure to develop mechanistic insight into oligomerization and aggregation. Image
Measurement
Protein aggregation, Zeta potential, Protein mobility, Molecular size, Molecular weight
Spectral performance
150cm-¹ to 1850cm-¹
Technology
Raman spectroscopy, Dynamic Light Scattering, Static Light Scattering, Electrophoretic Light Scattering
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Zetasizer WT On-line measurement of zeta potential – control your coagulation! Image
Measurement
Zeta potential
Particle size range
3.8nm to 100µm
Technology
Electrophoretic Light Scattering
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Zetasizer AT On-line measurement of particle size using Dynamic Light Scattering Zetasizer AT
Measurement
Particle size
Particle size range
0.3nm to 10µm
Technology
Dynamic Light Scattering
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Applying complementary particle techniques for assessing comparability and biosimilarity of therapeutic products Webinar - Live (English)

Significant advances have been made in analytical technology for the characterization and identification of particles present in pharmaceutical products. With these advances comes a tremendous amount of new data with which to characterize biologics, ...

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September 20 2016
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How Do I Dilute My Samples For Zeta Potential Measurements? FAQ

Samples for zeta potential measurements need to be optically clear and may require dilution. The way in which the dilution is performed is absolutely critical in determining the zeta potential value measured.



What is Multiple Scattering? FAQ

Multiple scattering refers to the phenomenon where photons scattered from the sample are re-scattered from neighboring particles prior to reaching the instrument detector.



Number Fluctuations: What Are They and How Are They Recognised? FAQ

Number fluctuations are defined as variations in the number of particles within the scattering volume during the course of a dynamic light scattering (DLS) measurement.



What is Electroosmosis? FAQ

Electroosmosis is the movement of a liquid relative to a stationary charged surface under the influence of an applied voltage


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Applying complementary particle techniques for assessing comparability and biosimilarity of therapeutic products
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