• 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.
  • Magnetic Microspheres applications: cfDNA, Genome DNA, FFPE DNA
  • Polymer particle suspensions
  • Polymer particle suspensions
  • Polymer particle suspensions
  • Applied Microspheres’ Zeta Potential Controls consist of negatively charged polystyrene particle suspensions that are designed for reproducible zeta potential validation. A special formulation ensures that the negative charge is stronger than is the case with common polystyrene suspensions. The suspension has a negligible content of charged surfactant, resulting in the reduction of background noise. Applied Microspheres Zeta Potential Controls are supplied in single use, 3 ml or 10 ml luer lock syringes, packaged in boxes of 10 or 18 syringes. Shelf life is 18 months from date of packaging. They can be stored at room temperature.
  • Applied Microspheres’ Zeta Potential Controls consist of negatively charged polystyrene particle suspensions that are designed for reproducible zeta potential validation. A special formulation ensures that the negative charge is stronger than is the case with common polystyrene suspensions. The suspension has a negligible content of charged surfactant, resulting in the reduction of background noise. Applied Microspheres Zeta Potential Controls are supplied in single use, 3 ml or 10 ml luer lock syringes, packaged in boxes of 10 or 18 syringes. Shelf life is 18 months from date of packaging. They can be stored at room temperature.
  • Applied Microspheres’ Zeta Potential Controls consist of negatively charged polystyrene particle suspensions that are designed for reproducible zeta potential validation. A special formulation ensures that the negative charge is stronger than is the case with common polystyrene suspensions. The suspension has a negligible content of charged surfactant, resulting in the reduction of background noise. Applied Microspheres Zeta Potential Controls are supplied in single use, 3 ml or 10 ml luer lock syringes, packaged in boxes of 10 or 18 syringes. Shelf life is 18 months from date of packaging. They can be stored at room temperature.
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