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Metal colloids - their preparation, application and characterization Webinar - Live (English)

Metal colloids represent a very interesting system known since Roman times (the Lycurgus Cup). We'll look at the preparation of these systems looking mainly at gold, silver, and the platinum group metals. All these find extensive application in in...

Product:
NanoSight range,Zetasizer range
Date:
February 18 2016
Language:
English


Rheological characterization of asphalt binders at low temperatures by using the 4-mm DSR technique. Part 2 Webinar - Live (English)

Recently, it has become increasingly popular to measure the low-temperature rheological properties of asphalt binders by using 4-mm parallel plate geometry on a rotational rheometer. In this webinar, rheological data measured with this so-called “4-m...

Product:
Kinexus DSR range
Date:
February 17 2016
Language:
English


Size: What is the z-average? FAQ

The z-average diameter is the mean intensity diameter i.e. it is a diameter based upon the intensity of scattered light of a material in its native state (including electrical double layers and surface structure). The z-average is derived from a Cumulants analysis of the measured correlation curve, wherein a single particle size is assumed and a single exponential fit is applied to the autocorrelation function. It is unique to dynamic light scattering and it is sensitive to the presence of aggregates/dust due to the intensity of light scattered by any larger particles present.



Nanomaterials in food and food-related products (applications, characterisation and regulation) Webinar - Recorded (English)

The use of nanomaterials such as ultra-fine powders, additives or complex nanostructures in food and drink products has distinct advantages as well as potential risks. The advantages may be listed in great number from novel functionality, flavours an...

Product:
NanoSight range,Zetasizer Nano range
Date recorded:
February 4 2016
Language:
English


How to purify and characterize extracellular vesicles Webinar - Recorded (English)

What this webinar covers: - Extracellular vesicles explained - A review of common purifying techniques - An introduction into how Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) is used for characterization. - Insights into the latest technology dev...

Product:
NanoSight range
Date recorded:
February 2 2016
Language:
English

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