Video illustrates Spectradyne nCS1’s patented microfluidic detection method
15 Jan 2019
A video outlining the use of the Spectradyne nCS1 platform for the rapid and accurate quantitative measurement of nanoparticles in solution, is now available.
By measuring individual nanoparticles, the instrument rapidly accumulates statistically reliable distributions of particle sizes alongside quantitative concentration information. The nCS1 uses patented Microfluidic Resistive Pulse Sensing (MRPS) technology to size nanoparticles down to 50 nm in diameter using only 3 ml of analyte sample. It can measure arbitrarily polydisperse mixtures at a size precision of 3% and counts at a rate of up to 10,000 particles per second. Because the nCS1 detects individual particles electrically it does not have the limitations of some other optical methods.
The video outlines the nCS1 ease of use, along with the utility of nanoparticle analysis using detection methods based on microfluidic detection.