Interview with Martin Hassellöv: "Measuring the Size Distribution of Nanoparticles in the Environment"

News: Mar 12, 2014

Nanosphere coordinator Martin Hassellöv was recently interviewed by SpectroscopyOnline about measuring the size distribution of nanoparticles in the environment.

One of the most fundamental measurements to make of nanomaterials is to measure their size and concentration. Single-particle inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry (spICP-MS) is one of the few analytical methods capable of detecting, counting, and sizing metal-containing nanoparticles at ultratrace levels in real-world samples. In the interview professor Martin Hassellöv talks about the current state of spICP-MS for nanoparticle measurements and his work to advance this method.

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