Particulate systems are present in various sizes with different property profiles in a variety of industrial areas. They are manufactured, modified, stored, transported, combined with other materials, but also used as final product. Therefore, particulate systems and their characterization play a major role in the development of new, innovative materials and processes.
Particle systems can be complex, but measuring them does not have to be!
In order to characterize particulate systems, combined instruments offering Dynamic light scattering and Electrophoretic light scattering (ELS) are widely used. DLS measures the particle size and particle size distribution of particles dispersed in a liquid, and ELS is used to determine the zeta potential.
Anton Paar's new guide to 'Dynamic and Electrophoretic Light Scattering' provides a compact introduction to the theory of light scattering and zeta potential measurement, as well as practical tips on sample preparation, the correct choice of measurement parameters and the interpretation of measurement results. It also includes examples from different application areas, where DLS and ELS are commonly used. If you are interested in the complete guide, please contact us using our company logo on the right.You can download your sample chapter by clicking on the 'Download Whitepaper' button.