Fluoreszente Partikel

Fluoreszente Partikel werden in einem Größenbereich von 10 nm bis 20 µm in den Emissionsbereichen blau, grün und rot bereitgestellt. Entsprechend den Anwendungsgebieten stehen (bio)organische oder anorganische Matrixmaterialien zur Verfügung:

Polystyrol/Polymethacrylat (micromer®-F)
Silikat (sicastar®-F)

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