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December 9th, 2007
CPS Disc Centrifuge at BegbrokeNano
BegbrokeNano expands its already impressive range of particle and material characterisation instrumentation with the CPS DC24000 High Speed Disc Centrifuge.
BegbrokeNano recently conducted an extensive evaluation of commercially available sub-micron particle size analysers in conjunction with Oxonica. Following this the decision was made to expand its already impressive range of particle and material characterisation instrumentation with the CPS DC24000 High Speed Disc Centrifuge.
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