Insights into the data interpretation of your Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) and Electrophoretic Light Scattering (ELS) results
Fill the cuvette, insert, click start. A dynamic light scattering measurement might seem easy enough, but would you recognize if the data quality of your measurement is poor?
Electrophoretic light scattering is an easy and straightforward method for the determination of the zeta potential of particles from the nanometer up to the µm range. However, some samples require more attention than others. Would you recognize, if the results of your measurement was unreliable?
Join this webinar, and learn about the most important parameters to check, and solutions to always ensure highest data quality during your DLS and ELS measurements.
Trainer: 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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