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Particle Works – the nano- and microparticle materials specialist – has developed a range of high quality quantum dots for use in diagnostic, biomedical and optoelectronic applications. Available with a range of functional coatings, these high performance quantum dots offer unmatched color purity and unbeatable value.

Particle Works creates range of high performance quantum dots

Royston, UK | Posted on February 23rd, 2017

The optical properties of quantum dots are determined by their size, shape and structure, making precise control of manufacturing processes crucial for the creation of high performance materials. Particle Works combines its expertise in microfluidics and flow chemistry with state-of-the-art production systems to fabricate highly monodisperse quantum dots with narrow size distributions – typical CV values of ≤2.5 % – and excellent batch-to-batch consistency. Automated, scalable production ensures that Particle Works quantum dots offer much better value than other commercially available products, backed by full characterization data and product quality guarantees. The company can supply products with a range of functional coatings to suit imaging, fluorescent labeling and lighting applications, with dedicated service support for life sciences and optoelectronic applications.

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About Particle Works
Particle Works manufactures high-performance nano- and microstructured materials with precisely controlled particle size, shape and architecture. Particle Works is a brand of Blacktrace Holdings Ltd (www.blacktrace.com), a world leader in Productizing Science®. Our Head Office is based in Royston (near Cambridge), UK and we have regional offices in the USA, Japan, India and Brazil. Our range of products include Metal Nanoparticles (Gold and Cobalt Nanoparticles), Quantum Dots, Hydrogels (Alginate Beads) and PLGA Beads (custom microencapsulations) suitable for use in many applications such as lateral flow assays, bioimaging, targeted drug delivery, cell growth etc.

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Sarah Khan
kdm communications limited
St Neots, UK
Tel. +44 (0)1480 405333
Fax: +44 (0)1480 477833

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