Dynamic Light Scattering to Determine Best Ceramics for Implants

The Bl-200SM research goniometer system has been designed for exacting light scattering measurements in static light scattering (SLS) and dynamic light scattering (DLS) studies. The company claims the automated design and quality construction guarantee precise measurements due to the wobble-free movement of the detector. The system was built to measure light scattering over a wide angular range (8° to 155° with 25 mm cells) and offers adjustment of measurement angles to 0.01° directly using a large, fine-control knob or PC-driven Motor control. The system can be used 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.

TESTA Analytical Solutions, e.K.

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