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Dynamic light scattering instrument
April 2009
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Wyatt Technology Corp.

Wyatt Technology Corp., announces the availability of its dynamic light scattering (DLS) instrument, DynaPro NanoStar, which surpasses the performance of conventional batch DLS instruments with a wealth of features, including a dedicated static light scattering detector so it can measure not only hydrodynamic radii, but also absolute molecular weights. The new instrument also has a TCP/IP interface to allow it to be added to a laboratory network instantly and operated from anywhere with an Internet connection. The built-in temperature control provides fast response times and wide temperature range from 4 to 150 degrees Celsius. The NanoStar's multi-mode fibers collect a larger fraction of the scattered light, which gives better performance for weakly scattering samples. A double-density correlator is standard, which has 512 bins from 100 nsec to 1 hour, and instead of having 16 bins in the first stage and 8 in each subsequent stage, the NanoStar has 32 in the first stage and 16 in the higher stages. In order to ensure that the NanoStar never goes out of range, it comes equipped with automatic attenuation over five orders of magnitude.

Wyatt Technology Corp.
www.wyatt.com
805-681-9009

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