Molecular mass measurement by means of static light scattering – the right method, for reliable results!
Molecular mass is a crucial parameter in the characterization of a wide variety of sample groups, such as proteins, polymers or nanoparticles. Static light scattering (SLS) is an easy way to determine absolute molecular mass and is usually possible with a multi-purpose instrument also providing further means of characterization, such as determination of the isoelectric point or particle size.
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Trainer: Mr. Richard Barna
Richard Barna works as application specialist for particle analysis and surface charge at Anton Paar GmbH. He studied Chemical Engineering at the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary and earned an MSc in Material Sciences at the Technical University of Vienna, Austria before joining Anton Paar.
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