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Measure viscosity over a wide temperature range

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RheoSense

RheoSense

The VROC initium automatic viscometer (photo) measures absolute viscosity as a function of shear rate across a wide temperature range with high repeatability. Equipped with automatic sample loading and cleaning, the small-footprint, high-capacity device facilitates 96-well plates, as well as 40 vial racks. Sample volumes can be as small as 10µL, making early-stage development more cost-effective. Automatic intrinsic viscosity measurements provide the size of molecules in various formulations and conditions. — RheoSense, Inc., San Ramon, Calif.

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