TRPS provides the highest precision particle sizing, concentration, and surface charge analysis but reagent quality and sample preparation is important for obtaining the data quality that you need. Reagent quality is absolutely vital for stable instrument use. High quality reagents result in low background noise, stable baseline currents and highly stable and sensitive particle detection. In contrast, out-of-date reagents that have traces of contaminants or precipitates greatly increase pore instability and reduce accuracy of the data.
To ensure you get the most out of your TRPS measurements, we strongly recommend all users to adopt Izon's best practice recommendations and protocols that detail easy step-by-step instructions.
We recommend for you to print it out and place it near your TRPS instrument.