We presented a study on the preparation of nanoparticle dispersion in cell culture media and its impact on stability/dosimetry prior to toxicological studies. It shows the "best practice" and guidelines for the preparation of the stock solution. Characterizations have been done on native samples to evaluate the particle size, agglomeration state, sedimentation rate and delivered dose as a function of time thanks to the Turbiscan® technology
Foldable phones are now a commercially available product‚ with some manufacturers already several generations into the product cycle.
This webinar offers an introduction into materialographic sectioning and is focused on wet-abrasive cutting. Application examples are used to illustrate the proper choice of consumables.
Traditionally, material/device characterization applications have required a combination of specialized DC and AC instruments – often resulting in complicated setups that also require highly skilled operators to integrate and operate equipment of mixed brands, computer interfaces, and types.
In this webinar Scott Sidwell, former engineering manager and current sales and business development manager at Merit Sensor, discusses the different types of pressure sensors with a primary focus on MEMS silicon die.