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Companies Stability Analysis

LUM GmbH, Germany

Producer for analytical devices for dispersion analysis and particle characterization, dispersion stability against separation phenomena; shelf life prediction, contract research and analysis, world-wide sales more

Metrohm AG, Switzerland

Metrohm is a leading supplier of instruments, applications and support for chemical analysis. Headquartered in Switzerland, Metrohm serves customers in 120 countries. Metrohm is the global market leader in the fields of titration and voltammetry, and one of the leading innovators in ion chromatogra more

Deutsche METROHM GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

We are the German sales and service organization of Metrohm AG in Switzerland, a worldwide leading manufacturer of ion analysis instruments. Our analysis systems serve product development, quality insurance, process control and environment protection. more

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Products Stability Analysis

Separation and Sediment Analysis – All Dispersing Agents Are Possible

The volume concentration can be calculated even for polydisperse samples without knowing the refractive index more

Particle Size and Stability Analysis of Opaque Suspensions and Emulsions

The application of cross-correlation technology allows the calculation of particle size distribution by eliminating the effect of multiple scattering more

Comprehensive Characterization of Dispersions using STEP-Technology

The analytical instruments made by L.U.M. GmbH apply the STEP-Technology for fast stability analysis of high concentrated emulsions and suspensions and for comprehensive particle characterization more

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News Stability Analysis

  • International conference in May celebrates 25th anniversary of LUM GmbH in Berlin

    LUM GmbH is a leading international provider of innovative measurement technology for dispersion analysis and materials testing. Since the founding of the company by Prof. Dr. Dr. D. Lerche in 1994, LUM is also obliged to science. The company promotes science and technology and contributes by own re more

  • Graphene enters the stratosphere

    The Centre for Advanced Two-Dimensional Materials (CA2DM) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) has teamed up with US-based aerospace company Boreal Space to test the properties of graphene after it has been launched into the stratosphere. The results could provide insights into how graphene more

  • How nanoparticles affect flow through porous stuff in surprising ways

    Those who have mixed oil and vinegar may have unknowingly observed a strange fluid phenomenon called fingering instability. A type of this phenomenon, called viscous fingering (VF), occurs in porous media where fluids of differing viscosity converge in finger-shaped patterns as a result of growing d more

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Videos Stability Analysis

Particle Size and Stability Analysis of Opaque Suspensions and Emulsions

Sympatec's NANOPHOX allows the simultaneous measurement of particle size and and stability test of opaque suspension or emulsion more

Particle Size Distribution and Stability analyses: Absolutely Exact Results with Dynamic Light Scattering

Malvern Panalytical’s Zetasizer instruments are the world’s most widely-used systems for nanoparticle, colloid and protein size and charge measurements. Zetasizer instruments are used across many industry sectors worldwide, delivering value in the control and optimization of processes, and the impro more

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Authors Stability Analysis

  • Prof. Dr. Dagmar Fischer

    Dagmar Fischer is a licensed pharmacist before obtaining her doctorate in pharmaceutical technology and biopharmacy from the Philipps University of Marburg in 1997. After a period spent at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (USA), she gained several years' experience as Head of Preclinical more

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