Fecha registrada: November 11 2014

Duration: 01 hours 01 minutes 05 seconds

Nanoparticles are defined by their size. In this presentation different sizing techniques are compared, with a focus on experimental tips and tricks to get maximum value from sizing techniques such as dymamic light scattering with the Malvern Zetasizer.

Some of the questions addressed will include: 

  • What are the advantages, where are the limits? 
  • Do you need an intensity or number distribution? 
  • What refractive index to choose for the particles?
Table of contents
1. Nanoparticle Size Characterization:Tips & Tricks with the Zetasizer
01:44
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01:31
3. Nanoparticle Size Characterization:Tips & Tricks with the Zetasizer
00:40
4. Abstract
00:35
5. Outline
01:13
6. What is a Nanoparticle ?
01:01
7. Sizing Techniques
02:14
8. DLS or NTA ?
04:11
9. Intensity or Number distribution?
01:16
10. What refractive index for Nanoparticles?
01:08
11. Practical Tips & Tricks : 1. Special course
01:39
12. Practical Tips & Tricks : 2. The Manual
01:05
13. Practical Tips & Tricks : 3. Google for appnotes
00:48
14. Practical Tips & Tricks : 4. Advanced searching
00:54
15. Practical Tips & Tricks : 5. Check the Blog
00:53
16. Practical Tips & Tricks : 6. Install software+
01:02
17. Practical Tips & Tricks : 7. Log performance
01:19
18. Practical Tips & Tricks : 8. Literature review
01:03
19. Practical Tips & Tricks : 9. Use the SOP Player
02:33
20. Practical Tips & Tricks : 10. Custom workspace
01:52
21. Untitled
05:11
22. Contact Information
27:13