|00:00:00||Keys to Solving Scientific Problems -Dynamic Light Scattering and Zeta Potential|
|00:06:25||Zetasizer: Where is it Used?|
|00:08:15||Research projects and applications?|
|00:10:03||Dynamic, Static & Electrophoretic Light Scattering|
|00:14:43||The Zetasizer ZS, Pro and Ultra|
|00:16:37||Malvern Panalytical Zetasizer|
|00:18:48||Components of the DLS|
|00:19:15||The Correlation Function|
|00:19:53||Intensity Fluctuations, Correlation & Size Distributions|
|00:21:07||The Correlation Function|
|00:24:41||Large Z-Average Values|
|00:30:18||Distributions from DLS|
|00:32:55||How does this affect real samples?|
|00:33:32||How does this affect real samples?|
|00:33:53||How does this affect real samples?|
|00:34:50||Malvern Panalytical Zetasizer|
|00:35:01||Application Example: Sucrose = sub-nm|
|00:35:35||Protein Quaternary Structure|
|00:37:22||Effect of Storage Conditions on Size and PDI|
|00:41:16||Protein Thermal Stability|
|00:43:41||What is Zeta Potential?|
|00:45:22||Measuring Zeta Potential|
|00:46:56||Electrophoretic Light Scattering (ELS)|
|00:48:19||Optical Configuration of the Zetasizer|
|00:51:46||Multicomponent Products & Film Formation|
|00:52:54||Formulated Products - Applications|
|00:54:21||Surface Activity of Surfactant|
|00:56:36||Coagulation Control in Water Treatment|
|00:58:09||Charge and Coagulation of Particulates|
|00:58:42||Coagulation Control in Water Treatment|
|01:00:56||Turbidity and Zeta Potential|
|01:01:25||Evaluating coagulant impact ACH & Polymer|
|01:02:37||Monitoring Zeta Potential Real Time|
|01:04:08||New Zetasizer Pro & Ultra|
|01:04:20||The New Zetasizer|
|01:10:07||Thank You for Your Attention|
This introductory lecture will review dynamic light scattering and zeta potential measurements.
We will review sizing measurements by dynamic light scattering, introduce the utility of light scattering measurements, provide useful tips for analyzing DLS measurement results and provide example data from a variety of applications.
An overview of zeta potential will also be discussed. Zeta potential is a function of both the particle surface and the dispersant and provides information about interfacial behavior important for formulated products. Another important application for zeta potential is during the clarification/treatment of drinking water.
- Ana Morfesis Ph.D.
Who should attend?
Anyone that has interest in the sizing of nanomaterials, understanding of the interface for formulating products or have an interest in water treatment please join this introductory lecture on how sizing and zeta potential provide key results in a broad range of application problems.