Product Details The EAG Model 3482 produces high concentrations of monodisperse, submicrometer particles from 2 to 150+ nm (initial droplet diameter of 150 nm, nominal). A syringe pump pushes a grounded liquid solution or suspension into the electrospray and through a capillary tube into an electrical field. The electric field pulls the liquid from the capillary, creating a Taylor cone and forming individual droplets. Air and CO 2 mix with the droplets to evaporate the liquid content. During the drying process, the particles are neutralized using a soft X-Ray neutralizer.