Tag Archives: viscosity


Published 26 Sep 2017

What is the maximum viscosity for DLS?

Is there a maximum viscosity for DLS measurements?   The Malvern Zetasizer can determine particle size by dynamic light scattering (DLS). In this technique, the intensity fluctuations are analyzed to find the corresponding diffusion coefficient that led to the fluctuations….READ MORE >

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Published 8 Aug 2014

Waxing lyrical about rheology

Randy Byrne, Malvern Instruments’ VP for Commercial Development, has formulated this excellent (not a trick-) question: “Which has the higher viscosity at room temperature – mayonnaise or honey? (Randy claims no originality for this question!)  We’ll return to this later……  Now, one factor…READ MORE >

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Published 1 Aug 2013

The Viscosizer 200 is now here!

Yesterday we launched the Viscosizer 200, which is an innovation in automated viscosity measurement and molecular sizing using very small sample volumes. This new technology is driven by UV area imaging, and at its heart is a unique dual-pass capillary…READ MORE >

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Published 10 May 2012

Rheology in the southern hemisphere

My role as Product Technical Specialist for the range of rheology products at Malvern takes me all across the globe supporting our customers, and I’ve just come to the end of a ‘rheology tour’ of all the states in Australia……READ MORE >

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Published 30 Nov 2011

The only way is multi-detection

Don’t forget the new LC-GC webcast! Sponsored by Malvern Instruments, it will cover why you should use multi-detection for your size-exclusion chromatography system. Don’t miss out! If you haven’t already – sign up now for the free webcast tomorrow at 11 am…READ MORE >

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