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Malvern Zetasizer Nano ZS
The Zetasizer Nano ZS is a high performance two angle particle, zeta-potential, and molecular size analyzer for the enhanced detection of aggregates and small particles. Samples may be measured at very low or high concentration using dynamic light scattering with ‘NIBS’ optics. Size may be measured in the range of 0.3nm to 10um. Zeta-potential may be measured in the range of 3.8nm to 100um. The flow mode option enables the system to be connected to an SEC or an FFF system to use as a detector for the size of proteins or nanoparticles. The MPT-2 Autotitrator allows the study of the effect of changes in pH, conductivity, or any additive to be automated. A range of disposable and reusable cells are available to optimize the measurement in terms of sample volume, concentration and flow measurement.
This instrument is intended for use by students and other researchers. Staff will provide training; only the instrument charge will apply for traiining. The hourly rates are listed below. NOTE: There is a minimum billable increment of one hour.
|User Category||Instrument Charge||Staff Assistance|
|Non-ISU academic researchers||$15.00||$45.00|
Zetasizer Nano ZS Resources
The list below contains links to documents that we have stored "locally" in our ISU website space. Many more resources, application notes, technical guides and tutorials are available at the Malvern website. This includes at least 25 recorded webinars related to particle size analysis, and two related to zeta-potential analysis. Select "Malvern on-line training resources" from the list below, then use their intuitive search tool to browse the knowledge base.
- DLS and Zeta Potential explained
- Non-Invasive Backscatter (NIBS) explained
- Usage policies
- CIF training manual ***NEW***
- Zetasizer Nano ZS Users Manual
- MPT-2 titrator manual
- Accessories and cells guide
- Typical QA/QC spectra
- Experimental section and acknowledgements
- Malvern on-line training resources