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Published 11 Sep 2018

MicroCal PEAQ-DSC systems: FAQs

This blog answers FAQs on the new Automated and Manual MicroCal PEAQ-DSC systems. For more information, check your user manual, or contact your regional Malvern Panalytical Support.       Q: How much sample do I need to fill the…READ MORE >

Published 22 Aug 2018

What is a dn/dc value and why is it important for GPC/SEC?

The most common detector in any GPC/SEC instrument is a refractive index (RI) detector.  There are multiple reasons for this, but the most important is because the difference in refractive index between that of a sample solution and that of…READ MORE >

Published 2 Aug 2018

Zetasizer Pro and Ultra – Q&A

  Thanks to all who attended the launch webinar for Malvern Panalytical’s new Zetasizer systems, and special thanks to Mike Kaszuba for presenting a clear and interesting overview of the two instruments – we hope you all enjoyed it and…READ MORE >

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Published 24 Jul 2018

Why does my viscometer signal have a negative peak?

If you’ve ever analyzed GPC/SEC data collected on your OMNISEC or TDA 305 instrument that included a viscometer detector, you might have observed and wondered about a negative peak that elutes in the viscometer signal long after the sample peak. …READ MORE >

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Published 12 Jul 2018

Why do I need a standard if I have a GPC/SEC system with a light scattering detector?

To many people, obtaining molecular weight information from GPC/SEC analysis involves a lengthy calibration process.  A series of standards of known molecular weight are analyzed and a calibration curve based on the standards’ retention volume is generated.  This can be…READ MORE >

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