Particle Analysis

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Transmission Electron Microscopy
Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)
In Particle Analysis
Base Price: $850 per Sample

TEM is the highest-resolution imaging technique available today. It is used to visualize sample features with atomic-level spatial resolution limits in order to characterize morphology of complex nanostructures. Different imaging modes on the TEM can target certain types of contrast: amplitude contrast (arising from atomic number and mass/thickness) phase contrast (from quantum phase shifting due to multiple scattered beams’ interference), diffraction contrast (from crystal structure and orientation), and more.

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Dynamic Light Scattering
Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS)
In Particle Analysis
Base Price: $350 per Sample

Dynamic light scattering (DLS) provides a nondestructive, indirect measurement of the average size and size distribution of particles and colloids in solutions.

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Laser Diffraction Particle Size Analysis
Laser Diffraction Particle Size Analysis (PSA)
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Base Price: $250 per Sample

Particle size analysis (PSA) is an indirect, optical technique used to measure particle size distributions - by equivalent spherical diameter (D10, D50, D90) - in liquid and solid samples.

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Zeta Potential
Zeta Potential
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Base Price: $300 per Sample

Zeta potential measures the strength of net charge on particle and solid surfaces. The higher the magnitude of this potential, the stronger the surface interactions (repulsion and/or attraction) will be when the sample contacts other charged materials.

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Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy
Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (STEM)
In Particle Analysis
Base Price: $850 per Sample

TEM is the highest-resolution imaging technique available today. It is used to visualize sample features with atomic-level spatial resolution limits in order to characterize morphology of complex nanostructures. Different imaging modes on the TEM can target certain types of contrast: amplitude contrast (arising from atomic number and mass/thickness) phase contrast (from quantum phase shifting due to multiple scattered beams’ interference), diffraction contrast (from crystal structure and orientation), and more.

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Thermogravimetric Analysis
Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA)
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Base Price: $300 per Sample

Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) is used to characterize sample volatility, as well as thermal stability and response. TGA instruments plot weight as a function of temperature and/or time, and analyzing these plots reveals several thermal properties of the material, including (but not limited to): thermal stability, heat resistance, volatility, and vaporization temperatures.

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