Nanobubbles - separating the fact from fiction

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00:00:00 Welcome
00:01:21 NanobubblesSeparating fact from fiction
00:02:22 Content
00:03:19 Large bubbles (several mm)
00:04:51 Ultra fine bubbles (<1µm)
00:07:01 Behaviour different bubble types
00:09:06 Applications
00:11:56 Towards ISO standards – ISO/TC 281
00:16:28 Characterisation challenges
00:20:17 Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS)
00:20:53 DLS Instrument Components
00:22:15 Correlation Functions
00:24:13 Correlation Functions: Size distributions
00:25:48 DLS Correlelograms: Ultra fine bubble suspensions
00:26:54 Ultra fine bubble size measurements using DLS
00:30:21 Ultra fine bubble size distribution summary
00:31:51 Untitled
00:32:49 Zeta potential measurements
00:34:55 Untitled
00:35:11 Zeta Potential: Results Summary
00:35:43 Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis(NTA)
00:36:06 Untitled
00:39:51 Fine Bubble Sample
00:39:51 Untitled
00:40:48 Ultra fine bubble sample
00:40:48 Resonant Mass Measurement(RMM)
00:41:41 RMM: The Concept
00:43:24 Measuring Particle Mass in Fluid
00:45:06 ARCHIMEDES’ Instrumentation
00:46:40 Untitled
00:47:35 Superior Particle Metrology
00:48:33 Buoyant Mass Measurement
00:50:25 RMM: 10 E+08/mL samples (filtered)
00:52:28 RMM – 10 E+08/mL samples
00:53:22 RMM Results Summary
00:54:24 Conclusion
00:55:37 Thank you for your attentionQuestions?Please type your questions in using the Q&A panel on the right side of your screenFor further information, please
01:03:57 Contact Information

Ultra-Fine (nano) bubbles have garnered increasing interest over the last few years as they open up the potential for improvements in a variety of applications from cleaning to agriculture. However they are still somewhat a mystery with respect to their stability and longevity. This webinar covers the exciting and evolving landscape of ultra-fine bubbles and talk about their applications, the drive towards standardization in the arena along with some of the key process and characterization techniques. The characterization techniques covered is the Resonant Mass Measurement (RMM), Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) and Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS)