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Malvern Mastersizer 2000 Proves Its Value as a Reference Laboratory Solution for Cement Manufacturers
Laboratory and Research Supplies and Equipment

Malvern Mastersizer 2000 Proves Its Value as a Reference Laboratory Solution for Cement Manufacturers

7 October 2009: Malvern, UK: New experimental results highlight the Mastersizer 2000 from Malvern Instruments as a reliable and practical solution to the cement industry's growing need for reference laboratory particle characterization systems. Not only does the Mastersizer 2000 deliver data that correlate more precisely with the performance of finished cement than traditional Blaine numbers, but...

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Malvern's GPC/SEC with Triple Detection Delivers Accurate Characterization of Complex Biopolymers
Laboratory and Research Supplies and Equipment

Malvern's GPC/SEC with Triple Detection Delivers Accurate Characterization of Complex Biopolymers

18 September 2009: Malvern, UK: Recent work published by experts from Viscotek, a Malvern company, showcases the TDAmax gel permeation/size exclusion chromatography (GPC/SEC) system as an information-rich, time-efficient analytical solution for the comprehensive characterization of complex food ingredients and additives based on polysaccharides. The Viscotek TDAmax sets the benchmark for GPC/SEC,...

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Potsdam Researchers Use Malvern Zetasizer Nano in Gold Nanoparticle Research
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Potsdam Researchers Use Malvern Zetasizer Nano in Gold Nanoparticle Research

Malvern, UK: Researchers at the University of Potsdam, Germany, are using a Zetasizer Nano ZS from Malvern Instruments to measure the dimensions and stability of gold nanoparticles smaller than 5 nm in diameter. Gold has long been considered as an inert element, but in nanoparticulate form it can be very reactive. For particles under 5 nm the surface electrons increasingly dominate the properties...

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Florida Rock Slashes Production Costs Using Advanced Process Control and Real-Time Particle Size Analysis
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Florida Rock Slashes Production Costs Using Advanced Process Control and Real-Time Particle Size Analysis

1 September 2009: Malvern, UK: Florida Rock Industries (Jacksonville, Florida, US), part of the Vulcan Materials Company, has slashed energy consumption and improved cement product quality using the powerful combination of a model predictive control package from Pavilion Technologies (Austin, Texas US) and real-time particle size analysis from Malvern Instruments. The Cement Grinding Application...

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Hungarian Research Supports Safer Pesticide Application
Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Hungarian Research Supports Safer Pesticide Application

New nozzles? 21 August 2009: Malvern, UK: Given the current high level of concern about the environmental and health risks associated with agrochemical spray use, work at the College of Kecskemét in Hungary is providing important information to help ensure the correct and controlled delivery of pesticides and other compounds. Researchers are examining how the output of spray nozzles changes...

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Image Analyzer from Malvern Offers Reference Technique for Sizing HPLC Column Materials
Laboratory and Research Supplies and Equipment

Image Analyzer from Malvern Offers Reference Technique for Sizing HPLC Column Materials

28 July 2009: Malvern, UK: Malvern Instruments has published work demonstrating how the Sysmex FPIA-3000 image analysis-based particle characterization system provides a reference method for validating particle size measurements of the porous silica materials used in high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) columns. An application note detailing this is available on the Malvern website:...

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Try Malvern's ISys Software for Free
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Try Malvern's ISys Software for Free

10 July 1009: Malvern, UK: Malvern Instruments' well-known ISys chemical imaging software is now available as a 64-bit version, to make the most of these powerful new operating systems. Enabling users to visualise multi-dimensional data in simple graphic formats, ISys can handle even the most complex chemical images quickly and efficiently. Thirty-day trial versions of both the 32-bit and 64-bit...

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Imaging Software facilitates analysis of chemical datasets.
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Imaging Software facilitates analysis of chemical datasets.

Offered in 64-bit edition, ISys provides one platform that supports import of MIR, NIR, and Raman imaging and mapping data files from various vendors. All tools needed to understand chemical imaging data in spectral (chemical) and spatial (image) dimensions, simultaneously, are included. Developed for visualization and analysis of multi-dimensional data, specifically chemical imaging and mapping,...

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First Time at ACHEMA for Latest Systems as Malvern Shows Breadth of Materials Characterization Range
Laboratory and Research Supplies and Equipment

First Time at ACHEMA for Latest Systems as Malvern Shows Breadth of Materials Characterization Range

For the Laboratory: Hall 5.1 stand B44-C44 For the Process Line: Hall 5.0 stand H41 24 March 2009: Malvern, UK: A number of Malvern products will make their first ACHEMA appearances this year (11-15 May 2009, Frankfurt, Germany), with the company exhibiting on two stands, one focusing on analysis in the laboratory and the other in the process sector. Recently launched and on display will be...

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Malvern Exhibits Viscotek Chromatography Solutions at ACS Spring Meeting
Sensors, Monitors & Transducers

Malvern Exhibits Viscotek Chromatography Solutions at ACS Spring Meeting

19 March 2009: Malvern, UK: Malvern Instruments will exhibit the TDAmax(TM) gel permeation chromatography/size exclusion chromatography (GPC/SEC) system from Viscotek, a Malvern company, at the American Chemical Society's Spring 2009 National Meeting & Exposition. The theme for the meeting is 'Nanoscience: Challenges for the Future' and is being held from 22 - 26 March, Salt Lake City, UT, USA....

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