NanoSight Limited, the nanoparticle characterization company, has announced additional temperature control capability for their family of instrumentation.
As temperature directly affects diffusion speeds, the measurement of temperature has always been a key variable in NanoSight analysis. Temperature is routinely measured by NanoSight instruments and, when using aqueous systems, look-up tables embedded in the software will apply the appropriate viscosity. Users of other solvents may input the viscosity manually.
In response to user requests, NanoSight has now introduced a temperature- controlled stage, which operates from five degrees below ambient to 50˚C. This may be retrofitted to the NanoSight LM20 instrument. This stage meets two immediate needs: for life-sciences users, it can operate at mammalian body temperatures. For users working in solvents, it can maintain 25˚C, the standard temperature for readily-available viscosity data. Accuracy is provided to a level of +/- 1˚C and is controlled directly from the system’s software.
Particle and Surface Sciences distribute NanoSight Techology systems throughout Australia and New Zealand. The company also offers a wide-ranging programme of support solutions, including installation and service of all instruments by factory-trained technicians, an Analytical Laboratory and a Sales Department to assist with your enquiries.
PsS™ will be running a series of seminars across Australia during the month of February 2009. Please visit the PsS™ website for more information on the locations.
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