Characterizing the Zeta Potential of Materials from the Nano to the Macro Scale.

The zeta potential is commonly used as a representative of surface charge and an indicator for solid-liquid interfacial processes. It is applicable to characterize both colloidal systems (such as particle dispersions and emulsions) and solid surfaces. With the dedicated instruments of Litesizer™ 500 and SurPASS™ 3, Anton Paar offers zeta potential analyses for the complete range of materials.

In this webinar we briefly introduce the concept of the zeta potential and the corresponding measuring techniques for colloids and solid surfaces. Based on selected examples we then provide an overview of various applications for zeta potential analyses.



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PhD Thomas Luxbacher, Dr. Betty Petrillo (English)
Thomas Luxbacher

Thomas Luxbacher is principal scientist for surface charge and zeta potential at Anton Paar. Prior to his present role, he was a product manager for surface zeta potential analyzers for more than 15 years. Before joining Anton Paar, Thomas gained experience in the semiconductor and automotive businesses. He received his MSc and PhD degrees in Physical Chemistry from Graz University of Technology.

Betty Petrillo

Dr. Betty Petrillo is the Global Product Manager for the Litesizer™ series at Anton Paar. She has been part of the development team for the Litesizer™ particles analyzers since 2013 focusing also on the optimization and marketing activities of these products. She holds a PhD in polymer chemistry and drug delivery from Cardiff University (Uk) and gained a broad range of work experience in different fields before joining Anton Paar GmbH.


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