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Brookhaven Instruments Corporation


Brookhaven Instruments Corporation has published these technical articles:

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The choice of a particle size analyzer has never been more difficult. There are several techniques from which to choose and variations within each technique. Sales literature claims of specification... (View Full Article)
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Introduction: Zeta potential is a useful property to know for colloids, nanoparticles, and proteins. It is a substitute for the otherwise hard to measure surface charge. The zeta potential is not... (View Full Article)
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Aggregation kills. Aggregated therapeutic proteins can provoke immune response and have reduced therapeutic effect. This has led to regulatory and industrial interest in identifying aggregates for... (View Full Article)
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Abstract Zeta potential in aqueous suspensions is a function of two variables: charge at the shear plane and free salt ion concentration. [Free here means not attached to the particle surface.] If a... (View Full Article)
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Size-exclusion chromatography (SEC/GPC) has been a useful technique for the determination of molecular weights of proteins. However, its usefulness is limited by the requirement for calibration of the... (View Full Article)
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Polylactic acid, (polylactide, PLA) polymers are being used in a wide range of biomedical, com-mercial, pharmaceutical and academic applica-tions due to their biocompatibility and biodegra-dability.... (View Full Article)
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Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) is a polar molecule and is used in a wide variety of applications. For example, since it simply passes through humans, it is a binder in pharmaceutical tablets. Because PVP... (View Full Article)
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Elementary vs Fine Particles: The question embodied in the title might seem strange until you consider the many different ways particles play a part in science and engineering. For example, if you do... (View Full Article)
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The determination of electrophoretic mobility and zeta potential is crucial to understanding the behavior and stability of colloids and suspensions over time. Traditional light scattering methods that... (View Full Article)