The Zetasizer Pro is a powerful and versatile system designed to handle the measurement of particle and molecular size and electrophoretic mobility and zeta potential of nanoparticles. It enables size measurements to be performed up to three times faster, compared to earlier models, increase speed of sample throughput and freeing up operator and system time for other functions.
Even beginner users can achieve the highest-quality measurements, due to the intuitive interface and the deep learning empowered data quality advice system that points out issues and offers advice on how to deal with them.
The Zetasizer Pro includes Non-Invasive Back Scatter (NIBS®) technology for the exact measurement of particle and molecular size over a stretched concentration range.
The system also provides outstanding zeta and electrophoretic mobility measurements using M3-PALS technology. The incorporation of Constant Current Mode for measuring electrophoretic mobility and zeta potential in high conductivity media decreases the probability of errors linked with charge screening at higher ion concentrations.
A wide selection of cuvettes is available for a range of measurement applications, including disposable and economic folded capillary cells to enable measurements in very low sample volumes using Malvern Panalytical’s patented diffusion barrier technique, without direct sample-electrode contact.
The latest software suite, ZS Xplorer, is programed to streamline and automate even complex analysis, allowing difficult measurements to be accomplished without expert knowledge. Its exceptional sample-centric workflow delivers the ultimate in flexibility and usability, meaning it’s presently faster and easier than before to go from sample input to result output.
Zetasizer Pro - Particle and Molecular Size Measurements of Nanoparticles
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