Scanning mobility particle sizer
A scanning mobility particle sizer (SMPS) can measure particles from 2.5 nm to 1000 nm. They employ a continuous, fast-scanning technique to provide high-resolution measurements. The particles that are investigated can be of biological or chemical nature. The instrument can be used for air quality measurement indoors, vehicle exhaust, research in bioaerosols, atmospheric studies, and toxicology testing.
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