• These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • These microspheres show a size distribution which is appropriate for methods that need particle size uniformity between monodisperse (highly uniform, <5% CV**) and polydisperse (widely distributed, <12% CV). These include instruments for light blockage, light diffraction, acoustical imaging, electrolyte displacement or other methods used for analysing wide size range materials. The material is composed of polystyrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene. This gives the particle good durability and chemical stability. They can be washed in water-alcohol mixtures and resuspended in water, air or similar media. The density of polystyrene is 1.05 g/cm3, and the index of refraction is 1.59 at 589nm (25C). Microspheres in this series are packaged as an aqueous suspension in 15 mL dropper-tipped vials.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • Nanosphere Size Standards are uniform polystyrene spheres calibrated in nm with NIST traceable methodology. 1nm is one billionth of a meter, 0.001 µm, micron or 10 Angstrom units. They are packaged as aqueous suspensions in 15 mL dropper-tipped bottles. The concentrations are optimized for ease of dispersion and colloidal stability. The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589 nm. Methods used by Thermo Scientific to calibrate the diameters of the Nanospheres include dynamic light scattering (DLS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Nanosphere Size Standards are ideal for the calibration of electron and atomic force microscopes. They are also used in laser light scattering studies, and colloidal systems research. The 20 to 900nm range of diameters is also convenient for checking the sizes of bacteria, viruses, ribosomes and sub-cellular components in biology laboratories.
  • These uniform microspheres are NIST-traceable by calibration methods such as optical microscopy. Products from 1 to 160µm in diameter are packaged as aqueous suspensions of polystyrene spheres in dropper-tipped bottles. Diameters of 200µm and larger are packaged as dry spheres in screw-capped bottles. These larger particles are composed of polystyrene DVB (divinylbenzene). The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589nm.
  • These uniform microspheres are NIST-traceable by calibration methods such as optical microscopy. Products from 1 to 160µm in diameter are packaged as aqueous suspensions of polystyrene spheres in dropper-tipped bottles. Diameters of 200µm and larger are packaged as dry spheres in screw-capped bottles. These larger particles are composed of polystyrene DVB (divinylbenzene). The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589nm.
  • These uniform microspheres are NIST-traceable by calibration methods such as optical microscopy. Products from 1 to 160µm in diameter are packaged as aqueous suspensions of polystyrene spheres in dropper-tipped bottles. Diameters of 200µm and larger are packaged as dry spheres in screw-capped bottles. These larger particles are composed of polystyrene DVB (divinylbenzene). The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589nm.
  • These uniform microspheres are NIST-traceable by calibration methods such as optical microscopy. Products from 1 to 160µm in diameter are packaged as aqueous suspensions of polystyrene spheres in dropper-tipped bottles. Diameters of 200µm and larger are packaged as dry spheres in screw-capped bottles. These larger particles are composed of polystyrene DVB (divinylbenzene). The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589nm.
  • These uniform microspheres are NIST-traceable by calibration methods such as optical microscopy. Products from 1 to 160µm in diameter are packaged as aqueous suspensions of polystyrene spheres in dropper-tipped bottles. Diameters of 200µm and larger are packaged as dry spheres in screw-capped bottles. These larger particles are composed of polystyrene DVB (divinylbenzene). The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589nm.
  • These uniform microspheres are NIST-traceable by calibration methods such as optical microscopy. Products from 1 to 160µm in diameter are packaged as aqueous suspensions of polystyrene spheres in dropper-tipped bottles. Diameters of 200µm and larger are packaged as dry spheres in screw-capped bottles. These larger particles are composed of polystyrene DVB (divinylbenzene). The spheres have a density of 1.05g/cm3 and an index of refraction of 1.59 @ 589nm.
  • Fluoro-Max™
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