Date recorded: September 22 2011

Duration: 38 minutes 44 seconds

This presentation will explore the measurement of the NIST Gold colloidal standards (RM 8011 and RM 8013) using the complementary techniques of Dynamic Light Scattering, using the Zetasizer Nano, and SAXS
Table of contents
1. A SAXS and DLS comparison of the NIST gold sol standards
01:53
2. The NIST Au colloid nanomaterial, RM 8011: a DLS and SAXS comparative study of the particle size distribution
01:32
3. Overview
00:43
4. Abstract
01:17
5. The wonder of science
00:29
6. NIST Nano-Gold Reference Materials (RMs)
01:18
7. Methods Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS)
01:35
8. Methods Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering (SAXS)
02:23
9. Multi-purpose X-ray Diffraction Platform
00:37
10. When can we observe a SAXS signal
00:47
11. SAXS - The most versatile nano-analytical tool
01:06
12. Experimental Setup
01:17
13. Experimental Setup
01:13
14. Sample Preparation
00:59
15. The big, expensive route! HZB SAXS set-up at PTB-FCM beam-line
00:52
16. Sample A - RM8011
01:26
17. Malvern PCS data – an untypical lab.
01:06
18. The raw data - correlogram
00:58
19. The correlograms for the (3) Au colloids RM 8011/8012/8013
01:12
20. SAXS at the PTB FCM beam-line RM 8011
00:37
21. DLS and SAXS Summary
02:32
22. Interpretation
01:59
23. Thank you!
09:09
24. Contact Information
01:44