- Surface Area & Gas Adsorption
- Pore Size
- Representative Sampling
- Particle Size
- Particle Shape
- Dynamic Vapor Sorption (DVS)
- Zeta Potential
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For more information about nanoparticles, please visit our sister site Microfluidics UK.
Two approaches to nanoparticle creation
Quantachrome UK's sister site offers a range of Microfluidics products for creating nanoparticles.
Top down nanoparticle creation
Microfluidics LV1 low volume bench top machine brings high shear Microfluidizer processing capabilities to samples as small as 1 ml.
- Sample size: 1 ml to 6 ml per sample with operator settable volume control
- Shear rate: 12.25 million sec-1 at 2069 bar (30,000 psi)
- Uniform particle size reduction and cell disruption
- Nanoemulsions, nanosuspensions, nanoencapsulation
Utilizing Microfluidics’ fixed-geometry interaction chamber technology, the LV1 is capable of processing a wide variety of fluids such as oil-in-water emulsions, solids-in-liquid suspensions, and cells, including the most difficult yeasts and plant cells, in as few as 1-2 passes.
What’s more, the process is repeatable and is guaranteed to scale up to pilot and/or production volumes.
Bottom up nanoparticle creation
Microfluidics Reaction Technology (MRT) combines an impinging jet processor with application and process development to create nanoparticles bottom-up. Using continuous crystallization, chemical reactions and process intensification, MRT typically enables pharmaceutical, energy and chemical companies to achieve particle sizes impossible with any other method.
Applications of MRT:
- Continuous crystallization
- Efficient nanoencapsulation
- Chemical reactions
- Process intensification
For more information about nanoparticles, including top down and bottom particle creation, please visit our sister site Microfluidics UK.