[4 Feb 2016 | ]
私は 抹茶と 饅頭が 好きです!  <br /><small>(“I like matcha and manju!”)

A vibrant green colour with a slight vegetal smell, this powder is not a sample we commonly receive in the UK application labs.  But then, I am not in the UK. 抹茶は みどりのパウダー です。私は 日本 に すんでいます。 (“The green powder is matcha.  I am living in Japan.”) My “day job” is working as an application specialist in the development team [...]

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[4 Feb 2016 | ]
私は 抹茶と 饅頭が 好きです!  <br /><small>(“I like matcha and manju!”)

A vibrant green colour with a slight vegetal smell, this powder is not a sample we commonly receive in the UK application labs.  But then, I am not in the UK. 抹茶は みどりのパウダー です。私は 日本 に すんでいます。 (“The green powder is matcha.  I am living in Japan.”) My “day job” is working as an application specialist in the development team [...]

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[2 Feb 2016 | ]
Missed our January webinars? Catch up here…

As per 2015, I compiled the list of On Demand webinars from January. Let me introduce a new webinar program that will focus on Life Science and Industrial. January On Demand webinars: Introducing the New On-line Zetasizer WT – Zeta Potential Clarifies Coagulant Dosing Rheological characterization of asphalt binders at low temperatures by using the [...]

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Malvern Events, Meet the Experts, Particle size, Zeta potential »

[28 Jan 2016 | ]
Pittcon 2016 Short Courses – Early Bird Deadline Approaching

If you are planning to attend Pittcon 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia we hope you will join us at one of our short courses. Our recognized characterization experts will be presenting a variety of topics throughout the week. Don’t delay – The early bird deadline for discounted admission ends on February 12. Below is a listing of our [...]

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Dynamic Light Scattering, Molecular size, Particle size, Tech Talk, Zetasizer range »

[26 Jan 2016 | ]
Intensity or Field correlation function?

In the Malvern Zetasizer software we measure the intensity auto-correlation function. This is obtained from correlating the scattering intensity with itself. The resulting intensity auto-correlation function is often denoted by the symbol G2(τ) in its normalized form. For Gaussian scattering, there is a relationship between the intensity and the field correlation function, known as the [...]

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