Date d'enregistrement: January 31 2012

Duration: 01 hours 07 minutes 53 seconds

This is an introductory lecture to provide an overview of the Zetasizer family of instrumentation, including the Zetasizer Nano, Zetasizer µV and Zetasizer APS. Example applications are included as well as useful tips for analyzing DLS results
Table of contents
1. Data and size results by Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS)
01:17
2. Introduction to Dynamic Light Scattering Size Measurements
01:57
3. The Zetasizer Family of Instrumentation
00:44
4. Light Scattering Technologies
00:32
5. Measurement Technologies
00:04
6. Dynamic Light Scattering and Brownian Motion
01:26
7. Dynamic Light Scattering (Particle Size)
01:31
8. Intensity Fluctuations, Correlation and Size Distributions
01:56
9. Zetasizer Nano Backscatter Optics
03:31
10. Zetasizer Nano S or ZS + Multipurpose Titrator
00:28
11. Zetasizer µV – Focused Optics Classical Size vs. Sensitivity Dichotomy
02:30
12. Zetasizer µV
00:40
13. Zetasizer APS – Auto Plate Sampler
00:59
14. Zetasizer APS
00:53
15. Applications
00:04
16. Applications: Zetasizer Family
00:31
17. Surfactant Micelles
01:42
18. Micelle Size Characterization
00:03
19. Micelle Size Characterization
00:23
20. Micelle Size Characterization
00:17
21. Micelle Size Characterization
00:16
22. Oligomeric States of a pH Sensitive Protein
01:03
23. Aggregation Kinetics
01:09
24. Effect of Storage Conditions
02:21
25. Automated temperature studies
01:23
26. Protein Thermal Stability
00:23
27. Data Interpretation
00:23
28. INSTRUMENT OPERATION
01:59
29. DATA INTERPRETATION
02:02
30. DATA INTERPRETATION: CORRELOGRAMS
00:55
31. IDEAL RESULTS
02:18
32. Large Z-Average Values
02:31
33. DATA INTERPRETATION: Results
00:28
34. Distributions from DLS
01:50
35. How does this affect real samples?
00:18
36. How does this affect real samples?
00:19
37. How does this affect real samples?
00:15
38. Which result is the best result?
01:00
39. Conclusion Benefits Of Sizing By DLS
01:03
40. Web Page Directory
01:53
41. Contact Information
22:36