Wyatt Technology unveils new brochure for its Möbius Mobility Instrument
Posted: 7 April 2011 | | No comments yet
Wyatt Technology Corporation, has published a brochure in support of its new electrophophoretic mobility instrument…
The Mobius:an electrophophoretic mobility instrument from Wyatt Technology
Wyatt Technology Corporation, the world leader in instrumentation for absolute macromolecular characterization, has published a brochure in support of its new electrophophoretic mobility instrument, the Möbius.
The 10 page brochure is a comprehensive document that outlines the unique capabilities of The Möbius, including an increased number of detectors at a variety of angles which produce a greater amount of data than any other “zeta-potential”
instrument. The surfeit of data results in the production of more reproducible results than ever before. The brochure highlights that the instrument is up to ten times more sensitive than the other instruments on the market and the first and only light scattering instrument that makes reliable, reproducible and non-destructive electrophoretic mobility measurements of macromolecules as small as 1nm while under dilute solution conditions. Furthermore, The Möbius can collect thirty times as much data as conventional technologies and produce the result in as few as thirty seconds.
The informative new brochure details the innovative technology used by The Möbius. Using Massively Parallel Phase Analysis Light Scattering (MP-PALS) to measure nanoparticles means results can be produced faster than ever before. The Möbius extends the lower limits of the size range, avoids using abnormally high concentrations, applies gentle electric potentials and provides ultra-high sensitivity and low sample volumes.
The document provides detailed specifications of Wyatt’s Möbius. In addition, the document also offers information on a range of additional products and applications, such as Multi-Angle Light Scattering (MALS), Optilab T-Rex, Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), DynaPro Nanostar. All are ideal instruments for comprehensive characterization of macromolecules and nanoparticles.
To learn more about Wyatt Technology’s Möbius or to obtain a copy of the new brochure, please visit www.wyatt.com or e-mail [email protected]