You all know now that at Malvern, we like producing regular content which is dedicated to you, depending if you are a student, researcher or scientist.

I really hope that this new Top Content from the last quarter will help you finding the best content from beginner’s guides as always to start with few of our techniques or advanced education materials. It’s still free to access these and more from our Resource Center. So don’t hesitate to visit our website if you want to see the full selection.

Malvern’s content is available in a variety of formats, and to help explain what these different formats are, we have compiled a quick guide to our key content types, together with a link to the most popular so far in 2017:

Application Notes

Describes a customer issue/problem and how it can be resolved with the appropriate Malvern solution.

  1. Basic principles of particle size analysis
  2. Measuring Surface Zeta Potential using the Surface Zeta Potential Cell
  3. Accuracy and reproducibility in automated dynamic light scattering measurements
  4. Suspension Stability: Why Particle Size, Zeta Potential, and Rheology are Important
  5. Zeta Potential Measurements of Non-Aqueous Particulate Suspensions
  6. High-resolution sizing and concentration measurements of sub-visible protein aggregates using NTA
  7. Measuring the particle size of small sample volumes using laser diffraction
  8. Understanding the effect of polymer structure on its bulk properties: How to optimize for end-use application
  9. Molecular weight determination of polymers and polysaccharides using the Zetasizer Nano
  10. Total virus titer in minutes

White Papers

Authoritative reports focusing on a particular issue or problem. These are widely requested and often used to help make technical decisions.

  1. A basic guide to particle characterization
  2. Dynamic light scattering – common terms defined
  3. A Basic Introduction to Rheology
  4. Orthogonal and complementary nanoparticle characterization techniques
  5. Application of Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) to Protein Therapeutic Formulations: Principles, Measurements, and Analysis – 1. Basic Principles
  6. Using the Zetasizer Nano to optimize formulation stability
  7. Static Light Scattering technologies for GPC – SEC explained
  8. Top tips for avoiding particle sizing failures with your laser diffraction method
  9. An Introduction to DLS Microrheology
  10. Nanoscale Material Characterization: a Review of the use of Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA)


Pieces of writing about a particular subject, such as customer stories that have been published in a print or online magazine.

  1. Laser diffraction particle sizing pays dividends for wet-process monitoring
  2. Using rheology to enhance formulation
  3. Food Safety and Quality: Sizing Up Particles
  4. Using laser diffraction to measure particle size and distribution of metal powders
  5. A basic guide to particle characterization
  6. Time to harness the true power of rheology
  7. How good is on-line zeta-potential measurement in water treatment?
  8. Reviewing a Decade of Online Particle Sizing
  9. Setting a benchmark: Using rheology to define the performance of personal care products
  10. Automation in Image Analysis for Particle Size and Shape Measurement

Technical Notes

Details the technical aspects of a product, technology or measurement type.

  1. Zeta potential – An introduction in 30 minutes
  2. Wet or liquid dispersion method development for laser diffraction particle size distribution measurements
  3. Intensity – Volume – Number
  4. DTS1070 folded capillary cell – (replacement for TS1060/DTS1061)
  5. Zetasizer Cells and Cuvettes: Descriptions and Uses
  6. Dry powder method development for laser diffraction particle size distribution measurements
  7. Size quality report for the Zetasizer Nano
  8. Transferring methods to the Mastersizer 3000 using the Mastersizer 2000 analysis emulation model
  9. Selecting an appropriate particle absorption for laser diffraction particle size calculations
  10. Measuring the zeta potential of High Conductivity Samples using the Zetasizer Nano 

Don’t forget that you can access our Resource Center and download the content you need at any time!  

If there is any subject you would like us to cover, just drop me a mail.