You’ll be amazed where our instruments are used
Malvern Panalytical has >750 application notes and we also have many published papers showing how our technologies are used for a large range of applications. Here we have cataloged our application notes according to the themes of University Departments. This gives you the opportunity to have an overview of what has been produced in subjects close to yours. You may be quite knowledgeable in one analytical method and want to know how other analysis types are used in your field of research. You may be starting a new field of research and want to know what can help you gain vital knowledge. Take some time to look around! If you don’t find what you’re looking for, contact us. We may be able to find information for you that is not yet published.
Analysis methods are indicated by abbreviations. There is a table at the bottom of each page explaining the method and its abbreviation.
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Our products and technologies are described on the Products pages. Below you can find a quick reference to the properties measured by our instruments, together with the measurement name and its abbreviation. Click on each method to find out more about it!
Molecular size, hydrodynamic radius RH, particle size, size distribution, stability, concentration, agglomeration
Zeta potential, particle charge, suspension stability, protein mobility
Binding affinity, thermodynamics of molecular reactions in solution
Denaturing (unfolding) of large molecules, stability of macromolecules
Imaging of particles, automated shape and size measurement
Imaging of particles, automated shape and size measurement, chemical identification and contaminant detection
Particle size, size distribution
Particle size, size distribution, and concentration
SEC or GPC
Molecular size, molecular weight, oligomeric state, polymer or protein size and molecular structure
Fused Bead Sample preparation for XRF, Peroxide solution preparations for ICP, Flux weighing for beadmaking
Material identification and analysis, moisture, mineral, carbon content. Ground truthing for airborne and satellite spectroscopic techniques.
In-line elemental analysis
Molecular crystal structure refinement,
crystalline phase identification and quantification, crystalline to amorphous ratio, crystallite size analysis
Residual stress, texture
3D imaging of solids, porosity, and density
Nanoparticles, size, shape and structure
Nanostructured thin films and surfaces
Thin-films and epitaxial multilayers, composition, strain, thickness, quality
Thin films and surfaces, film thickness, surface and interface roughness
Elemental composition, elemental concentration, trace elements, contaminant detection