Fecha registrada: October 04 2011

Duration: 56 minutes 41 seconds

The Zetasizer Nano is capable of measuring the zeta potential of flat surfaces, which can be used to study the binding of molecules to the surface. The technique, experimental methodology and experimental examples are presented
Table of contents
1. Measuring the Zeta Potential of Planar Surfaces
01:35
2. Measuring the Zeta Potential of Planar Surfaces
00:49
3. Contents
00:58
4. Contents
00:10
5. Origins of Surface Charge in Aqueous Media
00:18
6. Origins of Surface Charge in Aqueous Media
00:32
7. Origins of Surface Charge in Aqueous Media
00:33
8. Origins of Surface Charge in Aqueous Media
00:33
9. Zeta Potential
00:06
10. Zeta Potential
00:16
11. Zeta Potential
01:21
12. Surface Zeta Potential
01:29
13. Surface Zeta Potential: Applications
01:58
14. Contents
00:19
15. Surface Zeta Potential Cell: Components
00:55
16. Measurement Principle
03:40
17. Measurement Strategy
01:41
18. Measurement Strategy
01:50
19. Sample Preparation
01:23
20. Loading the Sample Holder onto the Cell
00:14
21. Coarse Alignment
00:48
22. Fine Alignment
00:32
23. Making the Measurement
00:56
24. Making the Measurement
00:32
25. Results
00:52
26. Result Quality
00:25
27. Contents
00:21
28. Reproducibility
00:43
29. Reproducibility
00:42
30. Reproducibility: Comparison with Literature Values
01:28
31. Characterisation: Accuracy (1) Silica
00:36
32. Characterisation: Accuracy (1) Silica
01:05
33. Characterisation: Accuracy (1) Silica
00:35
34. Characterisation: Accuracy (2) PTFE
00:14
35. Characterisation: Accuracy (2) PTFE
00:07
36. Characterisation: Accuracy (2) PTFE
00:23
37. Influence of Ionic Strength
00:36
38. Influence of Ionic Strength
01:05
39. Influence of Ionic Strength
00:41
40. Influence of Temperature
00:39
41. Influence of Temperature
01:00
42. Influence of Temperature
00:20
43. Influence of Temperature
00:40
44. Conclusions
01:03
45. Further Information
04:07
46. Characterisation: Accuracy (1) Silica
01:58
47. Contact Information
13:33