Malvern NanoSight LM10
The NanoSight LM10 is ideally suited for use within research laboratories.
The instrument, which is based on a conventional optical microscope, uses a laser light source to illuminate nano-scale particles within a 0.3 ml sample introduced to the viewing unit with a disposable syringe. Enhanced by a near perfect black background, particles appear individually as point-scatterers moving under Brownian motion.
Polydisperse and multimodal systems are instantly recognizable and quantifiable, as are agglomerates and contaminants.
The image analysis Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) software suite allows users to automatically track and size nanoparticles on an individual basis. Results are displayed as a frequency size distribution graph and output to spreadsheet. In addition, video clips of images may be captured and archived for future reference.
Malvern NanoSight LM10 Features:
- Nanoparticle analysis range: typically 10 nm - 2000 nm, dependent on particle material
- Particle type: any
- Solvent: any non-corrosive solvent and water. A range of solvent-resistant seals are available.
- Power requirement (adapter supplied): 110-220V
- Laser options: 40mW at 638 nm, 60mW at 405 nm, 60mW at 488 nm or 75mW at 532 nm
- Sample volume requirements: 0.3 ml
- Ceramic and metallic nanoparticles
- Pharmaceutical nanoparticles - liposomes
- Carbon nanotubes (multi-walled)
- Colloidal suspensions and polymer nanoparticles
- Cosmetics and foodstuffs
- Nanoparticles in fuels and oils (soot, catalyst, wax etc.)
- Wear debris in lubricants
- Chemical Mechanical Polishing Slurries
- Nanotoxicology studies