Jul. 23, 2010ApplicationsAnalytical InstrumentsPhysical Methods
Especially for pharmaceutical applications a homogenous size distribution of particles is of enormous importance. For a controllable drug release behavior and an efficient delivery to the target cells the agent particles must have a nearly ...
Jul. 23, 2010ApplicationsAnalytical InstrumentsBiological Methods
Today, extracellular matrix (ECM)-based biomaterials are widely used as substrates for cell culture and in vivo applications. Using contaminated biomaterial represents a major threat to the integrity of research results. Increased ...
The process of particle size enlargement can change the properties of granular materials significantly. By agglomeration fine-sized primary particles are transformed into free-flowing and dustless consumer products. Usually this is ...
Quartz reference standards for particle size analysis were produced by the European Community almost 30 years ago and coincided with the development of laser diffraction methods of particle size analysis.
Jul. 22, 2010ApplicationsAnalytical InstrumentsMicroscopy & Imaging
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Nov. 01, 2009ApplicationsAnalytical InstrumentsPhysical Methods
Commercial dynamic light scattering (DLS) detectors have been increasingly used in biophysical characterization laboratories since the late 1980s. Early versions were designed to enable size measurements of proteins and other biomaterials ...
When determining particle sizes a wide variety of techniques are used in which sieving may be the most popular. Sieving is a relatively simple technique, despite the fact that of course different instrumental approaches can be used. The ...
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