Counting and Sizing Particles in Drinking Water using Aperture Technology
30 July 2014

This application note describes the use of the Beckman Coulter™ Multisizer™ Series to provide a fast, easy, accurate and automatic method to count and size particles even if there are just a few particles present in the sample. This instrument also provides reliable results not dependent of the operator’s judgment as opposed to results reported when using a manual method.

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