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Micromeritics Webinar Showcases Next Generation Saturn DigiSizer II

The second in Micromeritics ongoing series of live webinars highlighting applications, theory, and instrumentation showcases the next generation Saturn DigiSizer II High-Definition Digital Particle Size Analyzer and will take place on Wednesday, February 24, at 11:00 AM EST.



Utilizing a state-of-the-art CCD detector containing over 3.4 million detector elements, Mie theory, and unique design and data reduction features, the Saturn DigiSizer II provides an extremely high level of resolution and sensitivity not available in other laser particle sizing systems. The level of detail, accuracy, and resolution enables the extraction of all available information from the static light scattering pattern. The instrument is capable of reliable particle size distributions over the range of 40 nanometers to 2.5 millimeters with superior repeatability of data and reproducibility between instruments. The fully automated Saturn DigiSizer II requires little operator intervention and includes features such as sampling and low-volume sample handling systems that make the instrument ideal for a wide range of production, research, and quality control applications.

The presentation will discuss the technique, theory, applications, and advantages of using this laser light scattering method for particle size distribution. Register for this informative presentation at
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