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10 Reasons that the Zetasizer Nano is chosen for scientific success

Ten Reasons Why You Need the Zetasizer Nano

New components and measurement techniques continue to be introduced for the Zetasizer Nano, including the Surface Zeta Potential accessory and a new diffusion barrier method for improved zeta potential measurements of protein samples.

You may wonder why the Malvern Zetasizer Nano is found in such a broad range of applied and fundamental scientific projects across all industries and fields.

The answer is that it is simply the most dynamic and broad-ranged instrument on the market for solving technical issues in today’s research environment. Moreover, the Zetasizer Nano continues to evolve with new capabilities. 

Here are 10 reasons why you should choose the Zetasizer Nano:

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