Supporting Microspheres Research Woldwide
Silver Coated Glass Microspheres work well for increasing the conductivity of bond lines, but they lack the capability to deform when compressed to give increased conductive contact between the surfaces of the bond line.? These newly released Silver Coated PMMA Microspheres offer the low weight deformable pmma cores, and 250nm thick silver coating for high […]
During scientific experiment design and analysis it is common to need to know the number of spheres per gram of dry material. We have put together the table below to help speed up the process.
Silica nanoparticles and nanospheres are now available in distributions of less than 10% CV in the sizes of 0.25 micron, 0.5micron, 0.75 micron, 1.0 micron, 4 micron and 8 micron.
Spacer Grade Glass Microspheres are presently used in gas plasma displays, automotive mirrors, electronic displays, flip chip technology, filters, sporting goods equipment, calibration standards and transformer manufacturing. Every day engineers are finding new and innovative uses for bond line spacers.
Fortunately, there is a simple way to overcome the hydrophobic effect. It is called a surfactant, a detergent, or simply ?soap.? Surfactant is a magical molecule that has both hydrophobic and hydrophilic properties, which coats the particles and helps them mix into water. The same mechanism applies when we use soap to wash greasy dishes or stained clothes.
The University of Utah in collaboration with USDA Labs in Corvallis, OR performed five field campaigns in commercial vineyards in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.? Among the methodologies developed over the five-years experiment was the use of fluorescent microsheres as a fungal spore analog.? The microspheres used were inert fluorescing polyethylene micropsheres in four separate colors manufactured […]
There has been numerous studies done and articles published in scientific publications about the advantages of microspheres as a drug delivery system vs conventional approach to drug delivery.??Design, Development and Future Application of Microspheres by Divya Rawat , U.K> Singh and Faizi Muzaffar,? Kharvel Subharti College of Pharmacy, published in PharmaTutor discusses the types of […]
Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) expresses a vast field with varying techniques and data acquisition methods. However, the main goal is providing an optical method of flow visualization. The exact information obtained depends on which method is used, with new algorithms and approaches being discovered constantly. There are generally two ways data is obtained PIV and […]
Solid glass microspheres hemispherically coated with fluorescent coatings, a fluorescent coating is precisely applied to half of the core sphere, making the glass spheres appear colorful and fluorescent at daylight and exhibit bright fluorescent response under UV light.