Date recorded: April 25 2013

Duration: 38 minutes 39 seconds

Measurements of the zeta potential of proteins were challenging due to their poor scattering and sensitivity to the measurement conditions. The Zetasizer Nano ZSP, and a novel measurement technique has made dramatic improvements in results
Table of contents
1. Zeta Potential and New Protein Studies
01:06
2. Untitled
00:13
3. Untitled
00:33
4. Formulated Products
02:50
5. PART TWO
00:06
6. What is Zeta Potential?
01:09
7. Electrostatics
01:59
8. Zeta Potential
00:05
9. MAINTAINING COLLOIDAL STABILITY
00:28
10. Untitled
01:09
11. ELECTROSTATICS:Origins of Surface Charge in Aqueous Media
00:28
12. Untitled
04:18
13. Polymer Adsorption
02:33
14. Predicting Dispersion Stability
01:05
15. Mobility, Zeta Potential - Measurements
01:37
16. Laser Doppler Electrophoresis
00:53
17. Optical Configuration
00:53
18. Electrophoretic Light Scattering(Zeta Potential)
01:11
19. Electrophoretic Mobility and Zeta PotentialInstrumentation
00:27
20. Sensitivity of the Zetasizer Nano ZSP
01:07
21. Protein Mobility Measurements*
01:33
22. Protein Mobility Measurement Type
01:25
23. Protein Mobility Sequence
00:45
24. Diffusion Barrier Technique*
01:28
25. Electrophoretic Mobility of BSA at 1mg/mL
01:37
26. Protein Mobility Results
00:37
27. Human Serum Albumin Mobility at pH 7
01:22
28. Human Serum Albumin Mobility at pH 4
00:42
29. BSA pH Trend
00:59
30. Example Measurement Cells Capillary & Dip Cells
00:37
31. Conclusion
01:12
32. Website – www.malvern.com
00:21
33. Contact Information
01:51