Tag Archives: history


Published 22 Jul 2020

Farewell to the Zetasizer Nano – with 64k+ citations

The Zetasizer Nano in review… When we introduced the Zetasizer Nano at www.zetasizer.com in 2003 it was ground-breaking. There were several reasons for it. For instance, a step-change development that created an entirely new generation of lab equipment. At the…READ MORE >

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Published 9 Jul 2020

Zetasizer Advance: the live launch of the new family of Zetasizer systems

What’s in a name? ‘Zetasizer‘ has been a brand name of Malvern Panalytical’s since the early 1980s. This brochure for the Zetasizer II dates from around 1985 – that’s at least 35 years’ continuous service from a brand now synonymous…READ MORE >

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Published 24 Jan 2011

Evolution of particle sizing technique

In the previous blog of this series, ‘Why has laser diffraction endured?’ I waxed lyrical about what Leonardo da Vinci may have thought of laser diffraction. Now that I find myself on the brink of a discussion covering the evolution…READ MORE >

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Published 27 Dec 2010

Why has laser diffraction endured?

Laser diffraction – ultimately sophisticated Leonardo da Vinci is reported to have said that, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” Well, here I want to look at why the simplicity and ease of use offered by laser diffraction has led to…READ MORE >

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