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Published 26 Mar 2017

Polyolefin – We explain Polyolefins for you

What are Polyolefin Polymers? Polyolefins are macromolecules formed by the polymerization of olefin monomer units. The IUPAC nomenclature term is poly(alkene). The most common polyolefins are polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE). These polymers are prevalent in a wide array of…READ MORE >

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Published 5 Jan 2016

How many scientists at Malvern?

Towards the end of the year, a review of the past seems a fitting blog theme.  For the Zetasizer this is particularly impressive, as we now have over 55,000 citations  for this technology in scientific journals. The next most cited Malvern system…READ MORE >

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Published 6 Aug 2015

Proteasome20S filled with CytochromeC

Looking over an old powerpoint file from Viscotek, an interesting slide on a unique application stood out. Investigating samples of the 20S Proteasome by light scattering in conjunction with refractive index RI was able to clearly determine whether a particular…READ MORE >

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Published 19 Feb 2015

OMNISEC goes to SCM-7

Hello everyone! This is my first blog so I think I should start by introducing myself.  My name is Amy Durrell and I am the Applications Scientist for the separation products here at Malvern Instruments.  My role is very varied as…READ MORE >

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Published 28 Jan 2015

New: Protein Columns for light scattering

Light scattering in chromatography can sometimes be challenging: The scattering signal is proportional to the size to the 6th power, and that is why particles in the mobile phase can lead to noise in the light scattering detector. Now we…READ MORE >

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