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October 27th 2021

Staff Training Tailored to your Specific Requirements

Staff Training Tailored to your Specific Requirements

To get the best results from your scientific equipment it is important that your staff are trained to acquire the necessary technical background and operating knowledge. Drawing upon decades of experience in separation science and particle sizing - TESTA Analytical Solutions is well qualified to provide training tailored to your specific requirements.

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October 20th 2021

C0-operative research and development project

Expanding Support for Chinese market

In response to growing interest from scientists and #chromatography companies in #China - TESTA Analytical has added a new technical support specialist based in Beijing. Drawing upon her background in #analyticalchemistry our new team member - Dr Aizhen Niu is well qualified to answer your technical questions.

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October 13th 2021

Work Experience Opportunity

Analysis of industrial carbon black samples

Carbon Black is a material used as an abrasion resistant filler in industrial applications including automotive tyres, coatings, lacquers, plastics and printing inks. The typical size range for non-agglomerated carbon black is from 10 nm to 500 nm. Given the small sizes involved and the breadth of a typical distribution, particle size distribution measurement using a Disc Centrifuge Photosedimentometer (DCP) is the method of choice delivering accurate, high-resolution results.

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October 6th 2021

Brandenburg Innovation Prize 2021 - Testa Analytical

Determining best ceramics for medical implants.

Researchers from Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary have used a BI-200SM #researchgoniometer system, in #dynamiclightscattering mode, to determine the aggregate size of powders used in producing sintered bulk calcium silicate ceramics. Using light scattering data obtained using the BI-200SM the researchers were able to identify the best bulk ceramics with good mechanical strength, low solubility and similar porosity to bone, allowing them to be used as long-term implants.

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