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Malvern Instruments GmbH, Germany

Malvern is a leading supplier of instrumentation systems that apply advanced technologies for the accurate characterization of particle and material properties. The systems deliver industrially relevant data enabling our customers to make the connection between micro (such as particle size) and mac more

Postnova Analytics GmbH, Germany

Leading Manufacturer of Systems and Services for Field-flow Fractionation and Light Scattering used for the Characterization of Biopolymers, Macromolecules and Nanoparticles. Chromatography Supplies and Consumables for GPC, SEC, HPLC and CE. more

Fritsch GmbH, Germany

FRITSCH is one of the internationally leading manufacturers of application-oriented laboratory instruments for sample preparation and particle sizing. Here a short view of the FRITSCH instrument ranges: - Mills for crushing, micro-milling, mixing, homogenising of hard-brittle, fibrous, elasti more

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Products Nanoparticles

Zetasizer Nano series microrheology capabilities added to market-leading family of instruments

Malvern's Zetasizer series of systems characterizes Nanoparticles and Proteins. Whether you need to characterize the size or stability of colloids more

The flexible 3-in-1 nano particle analyzer

The SZ-100 characterizes the physical properties of ultrafine particles in the submicron range by means of photon correlation spectroscopy more

Break-through in High Temperature Polymer Separation Technology

The AF2000 HT Series is the world's first commercial HTFFF instrument available and was invented and patented by Postnova Analytics. High Temperature Field-Flow Fractionation is a brand new technology ideally suited for the advanced separation of high molar mass polymers, such as polyethylene and polypropylene. more

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Zetasizer Nano series microrheology capabilities added to market-leading family of instruments

Malvern Instruments’ Zetasizer range uses light scattering techniques to measure hydrodynamic size, zeta potential and molecular weight of proteins and nanoparticles. Technology – Unequalled sensitivity and versatility are achieved using the latest technology: Patented NIBS optics improves sensitivi more

News Nanoparticles

  • Scientists film exploding nanoparticles

    Using a super X-ray microscope, an international research team has “filmed” the explosion of single nanoparticles. The team led by Tais Gorkhover from Technische Universität Berlin, currently working at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in the U.S. as a fellow of the Volkswagen Foundation, an more

  • In plasmonics, 'optical losses' could bring practical gain

    What researchers had thought of as a barrier to developing advanced technologies based on the emerging field of plasmonics is now seen as a potential pathway to practical applications in areas from cancer therapy to nanomanufacturing. Plasmonic materials contain features, patterns or elements that e more

  • New fluorescent nanomaterials whose inspiration was taken from plant antenna systems

    These new multifunctional materials aim to imitate the photosynthetic organisms of plants. These microorganisms consist of thousands of chlorophyll molecules embedded in a protein matrix, which provides them with a specific orientation/arrangement and intermolecular distance. One of the main charact more

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White papers Nanoparticles

  • New since 5000 years

    Although the ancient Egyptians already used inks 5000 years ago, inks and their properties have been continuously improved and refined over thousands of years. more

  • Measurement of Nano particles and Proteins

    Colloid emulsions in their native environment require particle size determination in high concentration since there are concerns about changes in sample more

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Authors Nanoparticles

  • Prof. Dr. Jean-Charles Arnault

    is a research director at the atomic energy and alternative energies commission (CEA). After obtaining his PhD degree in 1993, he was an assistant professor at Strasbourg University until 2007, when he joined the Diamond Sensors Laboratory at CEA. His prior expertise concerns diamond nucleation and more

  • Dr. Hugues Girard

    received his PhD in Chemistry and Materials Science in 2008 at the University of Versailles, France. During his PhD, his research was focused on the electrochemical reactivity of diamond electrodes. From 2008 to 2010, he took a postdoctoral position between the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) more

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