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Light Scattering Techniques for Nanoparticle Characterization

Nanoparticles, also known as nanomaterials, have become terms familiar not only to scientists and engineers but also to the general public. This is due to their unique physical and chemical properties, which have led to their increasing significance.

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For nanomaterials, it is critical to consider factors such as particle size, zeta potential, and molecular weight, along with other key properties of the system. These factors significantly influence particle behavior and product performance.

The concept of nanoparticles has been widely recognized for decades. However, our team often hears from instrument users about the challenges they encounter in characterizing nanoparticles for industrial and scientific applications. the main challenge for a wider audience lies in the correct experimental application of light scattering techniques and thorough understanding of the underlying principles. In such cases, Bettersize offers a series of practical, illustrative, and easy-to-read guides on daunting topics, including:

  • Nanoparicle Size Measurement by DLS and Examples of Applications
  • Zeta Potential Measurement by ELS and Examples of Applications
  • Molecular Weight Measurement by SLS and Examples of Applications

This guide outlines the practical considerations for performing measurements, introduces the theory underpinning the measurements, and illustrates standard applications with specific examples.

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