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Current-Sensing AFM Measurements Utilizing Keysight 7500 Atomic Force Microscope

Current-Sensing AFM Measurements Utilizing Keysight 7500 Atomic Force Microscope

Current-sensing atomic force microscopy (CSAFM) is an extended SPM mode used for simultaneously probing the conductivity and topography of a sample. By combining the advantages of scanning tunneling microscopy and force microscopy, CSAFM is capable of measuring and mapping the localized electric properties of resistive samples. [More]
Thixotropy Assessment on a Rotational Rheometer to Quantify Viscosity Recovery After Extrusion or Spraying

Thixotropy Assessment on a Rotational Rheometer to Quantify Viscosity Recovery After Extrusion or Spraying

Packaging of a number of consumer products is done in tubes or bottles wherein product application involves filling the product using a nozzle. [More]
Measuring Size and Concentration of Exosomes using Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA)

Measuring Size and Concentration of Exosomes using Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA)

Extracellular vesicles found in a wide range of eukaryotic and prokaryotic organisms are the subject of research in the recent times. Commonly described as exosomes from the microvesicles or cell endosomes, these cell-derived vesicles play a major role in pathological and physiological processes. [More]
The Features and Benefits of the Low Temp PanScan: An Interview with Adam Kollin

The Features and Benefits of the Low Temp PanScan: An Interview with Adam Kollin

Adam Kollin, President of RHK Technology, talks to AZoNano.com about the features and benefits of the Low Temp PanScan. [More]
2015: The Year of the Trillion Dollar Nanotechnology Market?

2015: The Year of the Trillion Dollar Nanotechnology Market?

One of the most widely repeated predictions for nanotechnologies was its role in the creation of a trillion dollar industry by 2015. Were they right? [More]
Temperature Gradient for Determining Melting Point of Proteins Using the NanoPlus

Temperature Gradient for Determining Melting Point of Proteins Using the NanoPlus

Micromeritics’ NanoPlus instrument has a unique temperature gradient feature for particle size and zeta potential measurement. This feature enables scientists to further use the integrated Peltier Thermo-electric controller for temperature studies. [More]
Graphene: Almost The Ideal Replacement For Indium Tin Oxide (ITO)

Graphene: Almost The Ideal Replacement For Indium Tin Oxide (ITO)

There has been major interest over the last 15 years in using various forms of nanomaterials as a replacement for ITO. The ideal material would be cheap, transparent and highly conductive - a combination which has so far eluded most developers. [More]
Nano Particle Sizing and the Zeta Potential: An Interview with Jack Saad

Nano Particle Sizing and the Zeta Potential: An Interview with Jack Saad

Jack Saad, Associate Scientist at Micromeritics, talks to AZoNano.com about nano particle sizing and the zeta potential. [More]

Expanding the Material Characterization Toolbox for Excipient and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) Vendor Qualification

The physical characterization of pharmaceutical excipients provides data that can be predictive in nature regarding the performance of final dosage forms such as tablets, capsules and transdermals. [More]
Nanotechnology Applications of a Tunable Supercontinuum Laser Light Source

Nanotechnology Applications of a Tunable Supercontinuum Laser Light Source

Different types of tunable laser source (TLS) are available on the market to suit a wide variety of applications, but it can be challenging to select the right one. This article outlines a range of real applications where the versatile TLS from Photon etc. can be used effectively. [More]
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