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The importance of nanoparticle research

Do you work with nanoparticles every day and do you run into problems? Then Solids Solutions can help you. In our laboratory we perform nanoparticle testing to gain insight into the properties of these particles and how they work in specific products. Nanoparticles vary in size from 1 to 100 nanometers. For the right application of the particles it is important to determine the size. Solids Solutions has various techniques and instruments to measure this accurately. We can advise you on the effective application of nanoparticles in industrial products.

Solids Solutions Delft

Solids Solutions is located in Delft and deals with particle and powder technology. We focus on various industries, such as the chemical, pharmaceutical, and petrochemical industries, the food and feed industry, the automotive industry and the building materials industry. If you get stuck in the development process of a product, we will investigate for you where the problem lies and we can give advice to solve it. In addition, Solids Solutions can attend presentations and events, and seminars in the field of particle and powder technology. We also have an online academy, where you can access various research documents and publications.

Dynamic light scattering for powder particles

Dynamic light scattering nanoparticles is often used to calculate the particle size of powder particles. In this case, the powder is scattered in a certain medium, which results in a scattering pattern. In order to clearly observe the scattering pattern, we shine a laser beam on the particles. Based on this pattern, information can be obtained about the size of the particles. If you want more information about other research methods, you can find it on our website. Of course, you can also contact us if you have any questions.

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