Date recorded: May 10 2011

Duration: 25 minutes 29 seconds

This webinar discusses some basic fundamentals of light scattering science and also common misconceptions about light scattering methods
Table of contents
1. Light Scattering Methods: Separating Fact from Fiction
03:14
2. Light Scattering Methods: Separating Fact from Fiction
00:56
3. True or False?: “Photon Correlation Spectroscopy is different than dynamic light scattering or quasi-elastic light scattering.”
00:22
4. True or False?: “Photon Correlation Spectroscopy is different than dynamic light scattering or quasi-elastic light scattering.”
00:58
5. True or False?
00:07
6. True or False?
01:18
7. True or False?: “Molecular weight measurements via static light scattering require multiple angles.”
00:12
8. True or False?: “Molecular weight measurements via static light scattering require multiple angles.”
02:36
9. True or False?: “Static light scattering provides better resolution than Dynamic Light Scattering when analyzing different oligomeric states “
00:14
10. True or False?: “Static light scattering provides better resolution than Dynamic Light Scattering when analyzing different oligomeric states “
01:17
11. True or False?: “Electrophoretic light scattering (ELS) does not actually directly measure the surface charge of the dispersed particle or molecule. “
00:13
12. True or False?: “Electrophoretic light scattering (ELS) does not actually directly measure the surface charge of the dispersed particle or molecule. “
01:29
13. True or False?: “Dynamic Light scattering analysis requires dilute samples such that they are optically clear to the naked eye in order to successfully make a measurement.“
00:14
14. True or False?: “Dynamic Light scattering analysis requires dilute samples such that they are optically clear to the naked eye in order to successfully make a measurement.“
02:47
15. True or False?: “Dynamic light scattering is not suitable for samples that contain aggregated or agglomerated materials.“
00:11
16. True or False?: “Dynamic light scattering is not suitable for samples that contain aggregated or agglomerated materials.“
01:53
17. True or False?: “When measuring size using dynamic light scattering I won’t necessarily get the same answer from two instruments if they are using different scattering angles. “
00:14
18. True or False?: “When measuring size using dynamic light scattering I won’t necessarily get the same answer from two instruments if they are using different scattering angles. “
03:09
19. True or False?: “Most commercial electrophoretic light scattering or zeta potential measurements “cook” biological samples because of the voltage applied to induce mobility? “
00:14
20. True or False?: “Most commercial electrophoretic light scattering or zeta potential measurements “cook” biological samples because of the voltage applied to induce mobility? “
02:12
21. Fact or Fiction?: “The accuracy of a dynamic light scattering measurement depends upon how the instrument was calibrated. “
00:17
22. Fact or Fiction?: “The accuracy of a dynamic light scattering measurement depends upon how the instrument was calibrated. “
00:11
23. Contact Information
01:11