Fecha registrada: August 16 2005

Duration: 01 hours 04 minutes 36 seconds

The Zetasizer Nano is used to measure zeta potential in order to investigate the stability of dispersions in a number of industries
Table of contents
1. “The use of zeta potential for improving suspension stability and product shelf life”
01:41
2. The use of zeta potential for improving suspension stability and product shelf life
00:20
3. Contents
00:35
4. Dispersion Stability
01:32
5. Dispersion Stability
00:27
6. Dispersion Stability
00:14
7. Dispersion Stability
00:19
8. Dispersion Stability
00:33
9. Dispersion Stability
00:23
10. Dispersion Stability
00:23
11. Dispersion Stability
00:43
12. Dispersion Stability
00:18
13. Dispersion Stability
00:54
14. Dispersion Stability
00:29
15. Maintaining Dispersion Stability
00:27
16. Electrostatic and steric stabilization
01:31
17. Measuring Electrostatic Stabilisation
00:34
18. What is Zeta Potential?
01:34
19. Dispersion Stability and Zeta Potential
00:49
20. Predicting Dispersion Stability
02:02
21. Factors Affecting Zeta Potential
00:17
22. Zeta Potential and pH
02:24
23. Zeta Potential and Conductivity
00:34
24. Non Specific Ion Adsorption
00:37
25. Specific Ion Adsorption
00:20
26. How is Zeta Potential Measured?
00:44
27. Measuring Zeta Potential: Electrophoresis
01:34
28. Measuring Zeta Potential: Electrophoresis
00:38
29. Measuring Zeta Potential: Electrophoresis
05:05
30. Laser Doppler Electrophoresis
00:49
31. Laser Doppler Electrophoresis
00:50
32. Laser Doppler Electrophoresis
01:19
33. Mixed Mode Measurement (M3)
00:42
34. Zeta Potential Applications
00:06
35. Emulsions: Paper Industry
01:47
36. Pharmaceutical Emulsions
01:39
37. Topical Skin Care Formulations
00:59
38. Topical Skin Care Formulations
00:47
39. Topical Skin Care Formulations
00:57
40. Topical Skin Care Formulations: Particle Sizing + Viscosity Results
00:40
41. Topical Skin Care Formulations: Zeta Potential Results
01:30
42. Conclusions
00:37
43. More information
00:58
44. Contact information
22:55