Date recorded: July 06 2007

Duration: 01 hours 12 minutes 12 seconds

A presentation of the novel technologies incorporated in the Zetasizer Nano series for the characterization of the size, the zeta potential and molecular weight of nanoparticles, proteins and liposomes to enable the study of their stability
Table of contents
1. Characterizing Nanoparticles with Light Scattering Techniques
02:47
2. Characterizing Nanoparticles with Light Scattering Techniques
00:10
3. Agenda
00:46
4. Light Scattering Technologies
00:14
5. Dynamic Light Scattering (Particle Size)
02:33
6. Static Light Scattering (Molecular Weight)
01:47
7. Electrophoretic Light Scattering (Zeta Potential)
01:46
8. Light Scattering Techniques Summary
00:49
9. Zetasizer Nano Series
00:16
10. Zetasizer Nano Development
02:26
11. Non Invasive Back Scatter: NIBS
02:36
12. Zetasizer Nano: Technical Specifications
03:19
13. Application Examples
00:11
14. Colloidal Gold
01:02
15. Colloidal Gold
03:50
16. Sub Nanometre Size Determination
00:28
17. Sub Nanometre Size Determination: Aluminium Polyoxocations
01:52
18. Surfactant Micelles
01:08
19. Micelle Size Characterization
01:10
20. Determining Critical Micelle Concentration (CMC)
01:29
21. Micelle Size: Effect of Surfactant Concentration
01:36
22. Microemulsions
00:43
23. Microemulsions
01:40
24. Oligomeric States of a Thermophilic Protein
01:53
25. Protein Melting Points
01:07
26. Size/Intensity Versus Temperature Trend Measurements
00:59
27. Size/Intensity Versus Temperature Trend Measurements
00:46
28. Antibody Fragment Characterization
01:03
29. Automatic Determination of Isoelectric Points
01:14
30. Isoelectric Point Determination: pH Titrations
01:16
31. Protein Stabilized Emulsions: Effect of Protein Type
01:43
32. Protein Stabilized Emulsions: Effect of Preparation Procedure
01:02
33. Cationic Liposomes in Gene Therapy
00:34
34. Cationic Liposomes in Gene Therapy
01:37
35. Conclusions
01:28
36. Contact information
22:52