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Fields & Applications Technology

Absolute molecular weight’s measurements of synthetic polymers using the Viscotek SEC-MALS 20

The molecular weight, molecular weight distribution and size of two common polymers are measured using SEC-MALS 20. Results from SEC-MALS and conventional calibration are compared and discussed.

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

How to Maximize Absolute Molecular Weight Measurement Accuracy: Synthetic Polymers

The molecular weight, molecular weight distribution and size of three common polymers are measured using OMNISEC. This information can provide insight into the physical properties and behavior of these synthetic polymers.

Fields & Applications Sample Preparation

Laser diffraction and automated imaging: complementary techniques for nasal spray development

The techniques of laser diffraction and automated particle imaging support the fast, cost-effective development of nasal spray products, simultaneously providing the data required for regulatory compliance. This paper examines their application.

Fields & Applications Sample Preparation

Optimizing Small Volume of Block Co-Polymers Used for Enhanced Oil Recovery

Read how DLS-based optical microrheology can be used to determine the rheological behavior of polymer solutions and the impact of tracer particle chemistry on the measured microrheological response.

Fields & Applications Sample Preparation

Transforming a black art: adding rheometry to the formulation toolkit

Rheology is the science of material flow. It is also a science with a reputation for some fairly daunting mathematics. But look past these first principles and rheology has immediate relevance in formulation which is readily appreciated and easily exploited.

Fields & Applications Sample Preparation

10 Reasons that the Zetasizer Nano is chosen for scientific success

New components and measurement techniques continue to be introduced for the Zetasizer Nano. New to the system are a Surface Zeta Potential accessory and a new diffusion barrier method for improved zeta potential measurements of protein samples. Why is the Malvern Zetasizer Nano so popular and found in a broad range of applied and fundamental scientifi c projects across all industries and fields? Because, it is simply the most dynamic and broad ranged instrument on the market for solving technical issues in today’s research environment and it continues to evolve with new capabilities. Here are 10 reasons why you should choose the Zetasizer Nano:

Fields & Applications Sample Preparation

Automated particle size with Zetasizer NanoSampler

The Zetasizer NanoSampler is a sample delivery system that ensures highly precise and reproducible automated loading of samples into your Zetasizer Nano for particle size measurements. The NanoSampler adds automation and unattended operation in a versatile, compact package, maximising the productivity of your Zetasizer Nano.

Techniques & Tools Petrochem

The Power of Fully Integrated Informatics

| Colin Thurston, Ajith Kumar

Shell’s Pearl GTL brings in the big guns to tackle its vast data-handling requirements with an integrated laboratory information management system.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

ASMS on Tour

| Rich Whitworth

On June 15, the 62nd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics sails into Baltimore

Fields & Applications Sample Preparation

The Solution Evolution

| Rich Whitworth

Agilent Technology’s Markets and Applications Programs – MAPs for short – connect you to a growing network of expertise to provide working solutions for your analytical business.

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