Bettersize Instruments has designed the next-generation nanoparticle size and zeta potential analyzer, called BeNano 90 Zeta.
The analyzer is incorporated with static light scattering (SLS), electrophoretic light scattering (ELS) and dynamic light scattering (DLS) to provide accurate measurements on particle size molecular weight and zeta potential.
The BeNano 90 Zeta instrument has a brief measurement duration and an easy-to-use interface that make it an extraordinarily robust nanoparticle size and zeta potential analyzer.
The BeNano 90 Zeta analyzer is widely utilized in academic and manufacturing processes of various fields, like pharmaceuticals, chemistry, biology, food, materials, chemical engineering, etc.
BeNano 90 Zeta | Nanoparticle size and zeta potential analyzer
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Features and Benefits
- High-performance He-Ne laser — exceptional stability, long-lasting, minimum maintenance cost and high power
- Sensitive optical fiber detection system — excellent sensitivity of the optical system effectively increases signal-to-noise ratio
- Rapid measurement capability — editable results and faster operations
- Phase analysis light scattering — measures low electrophoretic mobility and zeta potential
- Smart intensity adjustment — the intensity can be effectively modified as per the signal-to-noise ratio
- Capillary sizing cell — higher measurement accuracy for huge particles and sample volume down to 3 to 5 μL
- Disposable folded capillary cell — provides excellent repeatability of zeta potential measurements and avoids cross-contamination
- Multipurpose calculation modes — various incorporated calculation modes cover many application and scientific research fields
- Smart algorithm for result assessment — smart evaluation and processing of signal quality avoid the impact of random events
- A wide range of temperature control — variable temperature ranges from −10 °C to 110 °C to satisfy different measurement requirements and allow the thermal stability analysis of samples
- Highly stable optical design — does not require regular maintenance and provides highly repeatable results
A Research-Level Software
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The BeNano series contains software with a user-friendly interface, many types of report pages as well as result previews.
- Standard operating procedure (SOP) guarantees the precision and completeness of parameters at the time of measurements
- Results and statistics — mean and standard deviation can be automatically calculated
- Measurement interface reveals live data and results of numerous types
- Offers more than 100 parameters, fully covering the requirements for research, production, QC, and QA
- Life-long upgrades are offered at no extra cost
- Statistics and overlay — compare results from various runs
Applications with DLS Technique
- Research on polymerization process and reaction mechanisms
- Research on thermal-sensitive systems, for example, PNIPAm
- Studies on the kinetics of self-assembly and other processes of depolymerization and polymerization of macromolecules
- Particle size and distribution of biomacromolecules, polymers, colloids, self-assembling system, proteins, peptides, antigens, antibodies and non-metal and nano-metal particles
Applications with ELS Technique
- Electrophoretic mobility, zeta potential and their distributions of suspension systems, such as colloids, emulsions, antibodies, macromolecules, antigens, proteins, coal-water slurries and non-metal and nano-metal particles
- Sectors include but are not limited to chemicals, biology, pharmaceuticals, chemical engineering, abrasive and paints, food and beverage, water treatment, and environmental protection
- Monitoring and controlling product stability
- Studies on surface modifications and surface electrical characteristics
- Stability research and control of suspension systems
Applications with SLS Technique
- Pharmaceuticals — studies on aggregation and stability of medications
- Petroleum engineering — characterization of macromolecule additives and oil-displacing surfactants
- Verification of supermolecules and research on self-assembling aggregates
- Chemical engineering — characterization of micelles, supermolecules and polymers
- Life science — characterization of proteins, polypeptides and polysaccharides