Emulsions are mixtures of two immiscible liquids, with one dispersed in the other. Classic examples are milk and mayonnaise. These materials’ behavior is particularly influenced by the interaction of its dispersed and continuous phases. Emulsions can be characterized using a diverse range of analytical techniques. Find the measuring instrument that meets your particular needs in the instrument list below – or let us help you find the best solution by contacting us directly.
Anton Paar Products
Compact digital refractometer: Abbemat
Compact inline density meter: L-Dens
Compact Raman spectrometers: Cora 5001
Digital heavy duty refractometer: Abbemat
Digital performance refractometer: Abbemat
Dynamic shear rheometer measuring head: DSR 502
Dynamic shear rheometer: SmartPave
Fully customizable laboratory automation solution: HTX
Handheld density meter: DMA 35 Basic
Heated sample changer: Xsample 610
Heated sample changer: Xsample 630
Herschel Emulsifier: DH 5
HTR Compact: Rheometer autosampler for high sample throughput
HTR: Rheometer automation for high sample throughput and complex sample handling
Inline density meter: L‑Dens 7000 series
Micro Combi Tester: MCT³
Microwave digestion system: Multiwave GO Plus
Microwave reaction platform: Multiwave 5000
Modular Compact Rheometer: MCR 72/92
Modular Compact Rheometer: MCR 102e/302e/502e
Nanoindentation tester: NHT³
Operating Terminal / Remote Operating Terminal
Particle size analyzer: Litesizer
Portable density meter: DMA 35
Rotational Rheometer: RheolabQC
Sample changer: Xsample 320
Sample changer: Xsample 530
SAXS/WAXS/BioSAXS system: SAXSpace
SAXS/WAXS/GISAXS/RheoSAXS laboratory beamline: SAXSpoint 5.0
Software for particle analysis: Kalliope™
Ultra nanoindentation tester: UNHT³
Anton Paar Applications
Studying the Internal Structure of Lamellar Systems
The SAXSpace system was used to characterize nano-structured lamellae present in a surfactant sample. The internal structure (core-shell) of the lamellae could be precisely determined.
Concentration Measurement of Sodium Hydroxide Solutions by Refractive Index
The concentration of sodium hydroxide in water can be easily and quickly determined by refractive index measurement.
Improve Digestion Quality and Save Money – Microwave Digestion rules out Open Digestion
Reliable elemental analysis results need robust sample preparation to destroy sample matrices or to separate matrix from analytes. The sample preparation step is by far the most error-prone and critical step of the analytical procedure.
Refractive Index Measurement of Ionic Liquids
Ionic liquids are special designer solvents as they are nonvolatile and liquid at ambient temperature, leading to a wide range of applications. Their refractive index helps to control the quality and also to characterize them.
Have a Good Trip
Refractometers are widely used in the automotive industry, e.g. to control the quality of oils, chemical liquids and solids such as plastics and glasses.
How Can the Oil Content in Rolling Oil Emulsions be Monitored
Relevant for steel industry, rolling of aluminum and copper
Nanoindentation approach to mechanical testing of extremely soft materials
Milk: Know the particles, know the quality
The size of the fat particles in milk can vary, which strongly affects milk quality. Characterizing milk-based particles is fast and accurate with the Litesizer™ 500.
Identifying three different particle sizes in one sample with DLS
Particle suspensions often contain more than one size of particle. However, many particle analyzers cannot resolve particle mixtures, instead they detect an average of all sizes. The Litesizer™ 500 can detect three sizes in one sample.
Nanoparticles for Ceramics: Size, Stability & pH
In nanoparticle suspensions that will be used in ceramics, particle size and stability are of vital importance. Suspension stability is essential to ensure that the particles to stay in suspension, and maintain constant particle size.
Temperature-dependent GISAXS studies on thin films
The temperature-induced decomposition of a thin film structure has been studied using the SAXSpoint system with the new temperature-controlled GISAXS stage.
An insight into the Structure of Copolymer Surfactants
The structure of inhomogeneous (core-shell) nanoparticles was studied with the SAXSpoint system. The internal structure of Pluronic P123 micelles in water was determined by calculating the radial electron density profile.
Collagen - A Validation Sample for SAXS Systems
The performance of the SAXSpoint 2.0 system is evaluated by measurements of tendon collagen. SAXSpoint 2.0 produces data with excellent resolution in the entire angular range and delivers true 2D SWAXS images.
SAXSpoint with MetalJet Source
SAXSpoint now integrates the high-brightness MetalJet X-ray source enabling ultra-fast SAXS measurements in the laboratory.