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Micromeritics Publishes MicroReport eNewsletter

Micromeritics Publishes MicroReport eNewsletter
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Micromeritics recently published its March, 2013 microReport eNewsletter edition highlighting products, services, useful applications information, and upcoming events.

New products include the 3Flex surface characterization analyzer and Particluate Systems’ NanoPlus DLS nano particle size and zeta potential analyzer. The 3Flex is a versatile high-throughput surface area, mesopore, and micropore system. A single 3Flex with its three configurable analysis stations eliminates costly investment in multiple instruments and additional bench space. Heated vapor analysis capability is standard and an extended-range vapor option is available. The NanoPlus utilizes photon correlation spectroscopy and electrophoretic light scattering techniques to determine particle size and zeta potential.

Micromeritics will showcase these instruments, as well as many other products, at Pittcon 2013 in Philadelphia, March 17 – 21.

Application articles include: “Carbon Dioxide Characterization of Carbons with the TriStar II 3020,” “Particle Characterization Solutions for the Appearance and Structure Assessment of Lyophilized Biopharmaceutical Compounds,” and “Physical Characterization of Shale.”

The new microReport also includes a list of upcoming scheduled events, as well as instrument and analytical technique courses offered by Micromeritics’ Learning Center.

For more news, equipment reviews, and articles, visit our Instrumentation & Control Equipment Zone
 

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