Fecha registrada: November 25 2003

Duration: 18 minutes 29 seconds

Zeta potential depends on both the chemistry of the particle surface and the dispersant, so both must be considered when zeta potential is used to modify formulations to enhance stability and improve shelf life
Table of contents
1. Why Measure Zeta Potential?
00:20
2. Contents
00:36
3. What is Zeta Potential?
00:03
4. What is Zeta Potential?
00:06
5. What is Zeta Potential?
00:07
6. What is Zeta Potential?
00:07
7. What is Zeta Potential?
00:07
8. What is Zeta Potential?
00:04
9. What is Zeta Potential?
00:04
10. What is Zeta Potential?
00:21
11. Potential Energy
00:39
12. Zeta Potential
00:36
13. Zeta Potential and Dispersion Stability
00:26
14. Zeta Potential and Dispersion Stability
00:26
15. Zeta Potential and Dispersion Stability
00:49
16. What Factors Affect Zeta Potential?
00:35
17. Factors Affecting Zeta Potential: pH
00:29
18. Factors Affecting Zeta Potential: pH
00:24
19. Factors Affecting Zeta Potential: pH
00:52
20. Factors Affecting Zeta Potential: Conductivity
00:41
21. Non-Specific Ion Adsorption: Alumina and KNO3
00:15
22. Non-Specific Ion Adsorption: Alumina and KNO3
00:12
23. Specific Ion Adsorption: Alumina and LiNO3
00:13
24. Specific Ion Adsorption: Alumina and LiNO3
00:09
25. How is Zeta Potential Measured?
00:45
26. Measuring Zeta Potential: Electrophoresis
00:23
27. Measuring Zeta Potential: Electrophoresis
00:19
28. Measuring Zeta Potential: Electrophoresis
00:09
29. Measuring Zeta Potential: Electrophoresis
00:12
30. Applications of Zeta Potential Measurements
00:17
31. Zeta Potential Of Different Vaccine Formulations
01:18
32. Cationic Liposomes In Gene Therapy
00:46
33. Cationic Liposomes In Gene Therapy
00:14
34. Cationic Liposomes In Gene Therapy
00:36
35. Cationic Liposomes In Gene Therapy
01:09
36. Coated Liposomes
00:30
37. PEG-Coated Liposomes
02:06
38. Conclusions
01:04