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The Malvern Zetasizer range provides both exceptionally high performance and entry level systems that incorporate combinations of a particle size analyzer, zeta potential analyzer, molecular weight analyzer, protein mobility and microrheology measurements. Particles and molecules from less than a nanometer in size to several microns can be analyzed by a range of variants to suit your applications and budget.

The systems measure size and microrheology 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 used in a flow configuration to connect to a GPC / SEC system for use as a chromatography size detector.

Zetasizer Nano ZSP Sensitivity, simplicity, versatility Image
Measurement
Molecular size, Particle size, Molecular weight, Zeta potential, Protein mobility, Microrheology
Particle size range
0.3nm to 10µm
Temperature range
90°C
Dispersion type
Wet
Technology
Dynamic Light Scattering, Electrophoretic Light Scattering, Static Light Scattering
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Zetasizer Nano ZS Performance, simplicity, versatility. Image
Measurement
Molecular size, Molecular weight, Particle size, Zeta potential
Temperature range
90°C
Particle size range
0.3nm to 10µm
Dispersion type
Wet
Technology
Dynamic Light Scattering, Electrophoretic Light Scattering, Static Light Scattering
More information
Zetasizer Nano S Performance with simplicity. Image
Measurement
Molecular size, Particle size, Molecular weight
Temperature range
90°C
Particle size range
0.3nm to 10µm
Dispersion type
Wet
Technology
Dynamic Light Scattering, Static Light Scattering
More information
Zetasizer Nano Z Dedicated zeta potential analyzer Image
Measurement
Zeta potential
Particle size range
0.0038µm to 100µm
Technology
Electrophoretic Light Scattering
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Zetasizer Nano ZS90 Affordable molecular / particle size and zeta potential analyzer. Image
Measurement
Molecular size, Molecular weight, Particle size, Zeta potential
Particle size range
0.3nm to 5µm
Temperature range
90°C
Dispersion type
Wet
Technology
Dynamic Light Scattering, Electrophoretic Light Scattering, Static Light Scattering
More information
Zetasizer Nano S90 Affordable molecular / particle size analyzer. Image
Measurement
Molecular size, Molecular weight, Particle size
Temperature range
90°C
Particle size range
0.3nm to 5µm
Dispersion type
Wet
Technology
Dynamic Light Scattering, Static Light Scattering
More information
 
 

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A fantastic voyage through the arena of nanoparticle drug delivery Webinar - Recorded (English)

The use of nanoparticles as drug delivery vehicles has seen a large amount of research and investment over the last decade as they have the potential for great benefits in the targeting and efficacy of drug treatments. The interest in them is largely...

Product:
Zetasizer range,Archimedes,NanoSight range
Date recorded:
March 18 2015
Language:
English

Keywords: English Zetasizer range Dynamic Light Scattering Webinar - Recorded Eastern Time Resonant mass measurement Archimedes NanoSight range Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis 

Optimizing High-performance Ceramic Inkjet Inks Article (English)

This article highlights how engineering high performance ceramic inkjet inks relies on measuring viscosity across the broad range of shear rates experienced during printing. This shear range can be accessed by combining rotational rheometry for low s...


Keywords: English Article Kinexus range Zetasizer range Rheology and viscosity Dynamic Light Scattering Rheometry - rotational Paints, inks and coatings m-VROCi Rheometry - microfluidic flow 

Analytical strategies for ink formulation Whitepaper (English)

This white paper offers practical guidance on using a range of analytical techniques, including rheology, particle size and zeta potential measurement to assist in the formulation of Inkjet inks. 


Keywords: Films and coatings English Whitepaper Kinexus range Mastersizer range Particle size Rheology and viscosity Dynamic Light Scattering Laser diffraction Rheometry - rotational Pigments and toners Paints, inks and coatings Zetasizer Nano range m-VROCi Rheometry - microfluidic flow 

Nanoparticle size characterization: Tips and Tricks Webinar - Recorded (English)

Nanoparticles are defined by their size. In this presentation different sizing techniques are compared, with a focus on experimental tips and tricks to get maximum value from sizing techniques such as dymamic light scattering with the Malvern Zetasiz...

Product:
Zetasizer Nano range,Viscotek systems
Date recorded:
November 11 2014
Language:
English

Keywords: English Dynamic Light Scattering Webinar - Recorded Eastern Time Zetasizer Nano range Viscotek systems 

Nanobubbles - separating the fact from fiction Webinar - Recorded (English)

Ultra-Fine (nano) bubbles have garnered increasing interest over the last few years as they open up the potential for improvements in a variety of applications from cleaning to agriculture. However they are still somewhat a mystery with respect to th...

Product:
Archimedes,Zetasizer Nano range,NanoSight range
Date recorded:
October 30 2014
Language:
English

Keywords: English Particle concentration Particle size Dynamic Light Scattering Webinar - Recorded Eastern Time Zetasizer Nano range Resonant mass measurement Archimedes NanoSight range Nanobubbles Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis 
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Stability and particle size define material and biomaterial performance and the Zetasizer Nano is perfectly placed to deliver this information within our multi-user environment. The instrument is robust, easy to use and data acquisition is straightforward. It is as close to ‘student proof’ as it is possible to be!


Dr Krystelle Mafina, Queen Mary University, United Kingdom

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