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The Mastersizer is the choice for particle size research – but don’t just take our word for it

1 November 2018 No Comment

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Are you pondering which laser diffraction particle size analyzer to use for your scientific research?

Many people consider the number of Google Scholar publication references as an indicator of acceptance of a particular scientific instrument’s technique, performance, and value. The higher the number of publications, the more credibility people tend to offer towards the choice of that instrument for their important research needs.

After doing a search on Google Scholar for references to the Mastersizer 3000 as well as the Mastersizer 2000, and then comparing versus several other models of laser diffraction particle size analyzers, here are the results:

When you consider that some vendor instrument models have been available for only a few years, while others have been available for decades, the initial results can be a bit distorted. Therefore, let’s get analytical and divide the result numbers shown above by the number of years the referenced vendor models have been available to the scientific community:

Regardless of how you analyze the data, the conclusion is clear! Malvern Panalytical’s Mastersizer is the preferred laser diffraction particle size analyzer research tool.

The Mastersizer 3000 is the latest generation of the world’s most popular particle sizing instrument. Incorporating expert engineering and applications know-how into every stage of its design, it delivers:

  • Class-leading particle sizing performance in a compact footprint.
  • Intuitive software with built-in expertise to ease your workload.
  • Flexible reporting to display your data the way you want it.
  • Rapid and effective wet dispersion.
  • Fast, reliable particle size measurement of fragile and cohesive dry powders.
  • Mastersizer know-how throughout, for results you can rely on.

Learn more about the Mastersizer 3000 and what it can do for your research.

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