Particle Characterisation

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Particle characterisation is the process of identifying the particle size, shape, distribution and surface properties. Measurable particle sizes range from below 1 nm to 1 mm, at concentrations ranging from 1 ppm to 70 vol%. A range of analytical techniques are employed including laser diffraction (Mie Theory), dynamic light scattering, nanotracking analysis (NTA) and NMR relaxation.

What are Particle Sizing instruments capable of?

  • 1 nm to 1 mm
  • solids in liquids (suspensions)
  • liquid/liquid (emulsions)

What are the main applications?

  • Particle size, shape, distribution
  • Surface area
  • Surface chemistry


  • CloudSpec UV-Vis Spectrophotometer – for turbid samples

    Absorbance measurements of highly scattering/turbid samples 250-800 nm 0.001 A – 1.5 A ~2 nm spectral bandwidth UV-Vis spectroscopy is…
  • Particle Finder: Measure, Identify and Classify Particles

    Measure, Identify, and Classify Particles ParticleFinder offers a user friendly tool for the automated location, characterisation and Raman analysis of…
  • Magnometer XRS – NMR Relaxometer – demo unit available

    Colloidal dispersion and microemulsion characterisation technique for: Wetted surface area Solids Concentration Polymer adsorption/desorption Fast, reliable characterisations at industrially relevant…
  • ViewSizer 3000 – Nanoparticle Tracking Analyser

    Multi-Laser Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) The ViewSizer 3000 uses the latest advances in nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA) to accurately determine…






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