Fecha registrada: April 27 2010

Duration: 53 minutes 19 seconds

Dynamic light scattering is well-established as a technique for the measurement of particles from a few nanometers to a few hundred nanometres. How realistic is the size range of the Zetasizer Nano from less than 0.6nm to over 6 microns?
Table of contents
1. What is the real size range of DLS and the relevance for my applications?
01:47
2. What is the real size range of DLS and the relevance for my application?
00:32
3. Overview
00:26
4. DLS = Dynamic light scattering
00:59
5. Some Malvern References
01:47
6. Specifications – the Size Limits
02:08
7. Reasons for the Size Limits
02:48
8. Prediction Tools in the Software
00:42
9. Minimum Concentration Calculator
00:25
10. Minimum Concentration for Small Molecule
01:59
11. Concentration and Scattering Calculator
00:53
12. Scattering Calculator: 0.6nm
01:33
13. Scattering Calculator, Results for 0.6nm
03:41
14. Expected Count Rate (kcps)
01:57
15. Scattering Calculator: 6µm
01:08
16. Scattering Calculator, Results for 6µm
01:31
17. Number of Particles in Scattering Volume
01:37
18. Which Calculator is “Better”?
01:02
19. Application Note: Sucrose
01:11
20. Application Note: Sucrose
01:25
21. Application Note: Cholesterol
01:14
22. Application Note: Aluminum Polyoxocations
01:09
23. Hints for Low Size Measurements
01:09
24. Application Note: Polystyrene Latex 4µm
01:06
25. Large Particles: Backscattering is Better
00:40
26. Application Note: Polystyrene Latex 4µm
00:42
27. Data from 8.9µm Latex Spheres
01:39
28. Hints for Large Size Measurements
01:16
29. For Performance at the Limits, Review Tips
00:31
30. Relevance for Real Application
03:01
31. Practical Advice
02:32
32. Thank You!
00:42
33. Contact Information
08:07