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Nist Traceable Particle Size Standards

Particle size standards may be used to validate sizing instruments across their dynamic ranges. They are suitable for use in the performance of routine instrument calibration checks and corrections, and in the support of practice standards, such as those published by ISO, ASTM International, CEN, and other organizations. Additionally, the use of reference material permits the standardization of results between runs, instruments, laboratories, and over time.

Our NIST Traceable Particle Size Standards are monodisperse polystyrene spheres available in diameters ranging from 40nm-175µm. Suspensions are conveniently packaged in dropper bottles at 1% solids (w/v) in de-ionized water with surfactant, and each bottle is provided with a Certificate of Traceability. See Product Data Sheet 734, NIST Traceable Particle Size Standards, or TechNote 105, Microsphere Size Standards, for more information.

Catalog Code Nominal Mean Diameter (µm) Volume (mL) Product Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet
NT02N 0.040 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT03N 0.060 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT04N 0.080 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT05N 0.10 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT06N 0.15 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT07N 0.20 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT08N 0.30 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT09N 0.40 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT10N 0.50 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT11N 0.60 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT12N 0.70 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT13N 0.80 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT14N 0.90 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT15N 1.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT16N 1.50 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT17N 2.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT18N 2.50 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT19N 3.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT20N 3.50 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT21N 4.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT22N 5.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT23N 6.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT24N 7.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT25N 8.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT26N 9.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT27N 10.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT28N 12.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT29N 15.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT30N 20.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT31N 25.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT32N 30.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT33N 40.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT34N 50.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT35N 60.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT36N 80.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT37N 100.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT38N 125.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT39N 150.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf
NT40N 175.00 15 PDS 734.pdf SDS ST351.pdf

References

Jillavenkatesa, A, Dapkunas, S, Lin-Sien HL (2001) Particle Size Characterization. Natl. Inst. Stand. Technol.Spec. Publ. 960-1

Hassellov, M, Readman, J, Ranville, J, Tiede, K, (2008) Nanoparticle analysis and characterization methodologies in environmental risk assessment of engineered nanoparticles. Ecotoxicology (2008) 17:344–361

Vogel, R, Anderson, W, Eldridge, J, Glossop, B, Willmott, G (2012) A Variable Pressure Method for Characterizing Nanoparticle Surface Charge Using Pore Sensors. Anal. Chem 84(7, p3125–3131