Author Archives: Ulf Nobbmann


Ulf Nobbmann received his PhD in colloidal physics from Oklahoma State University (USA) and has since focused on light scattering from biological molecules and nanoparticles. He joined Malvern Instruments in 2003, has held various positions involved in support. training, development of application knowledge & expertise within the Nanometrics group, and is currently Zetasizer Product Manager - Americas.

Published 11 Sep 2019

Frequently asked questions about the ZSX Zetasizer Xplorer software

Getting the most out of the ZSX Zetasizer Xplorer software! The latest system generation, the Zetasizer Ultra, and Zetasizer Pro, comes with an entirely new software platform: Zetasizer Xplorer. With a more sample-centric workflow, you will find many routine operations…READ MORE >

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Published 20 Aug 2019

Solar added to our Malvern Panalytical UK site

We have added photovoltaic solar panels to our roof! Malvern Panalytical strives to be a good corporate citizen – and one of our goals is sustainable business practices. In order to help reduce our carbon footprint, we now have a…READ MORE >

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Published 23 Jul 2019

Customize your Zetasizer workspace!

How can I display specific parameters? The classic Zetasizer Nano has a wealth of information available that you may not always see from the start. There are more than >500 parameters that the software stores for each individual measurement. And…READ MORE >

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Published 18 Jun 2019

How to register for technical support

How can I access Malvern Panalytical content? The Malvern Panalytical website has a wealth of information available. A large part of the content is completely accessible without any restriction, yet some content requires registration. Occasionally, I get the comment that…READ MORE >

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Published 23 Apr 2019

Light scattering ISO standard anyone [ISO13321, ISO22412]?

What is the standard for dynamic light scattering? How can we ensure compliance with recommended light scattering quality standards? Is there an international standard for light scattering? Recently an interesting question arrived at our help desk about the validity of…READ MORE >

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