Light Scattering


Examining how your material scatters light provides a wealth of insight into its behaviour

Published 23 Sep 2021

Constant Current: How to stop it?

How to stop high conductivity zeta potential from being a constant pain So you have some physiological samples like a protein in PBS but you are concerned about its stability. Or maybe you have a seawater sample you are studying…READ MORE >

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Published 14 Sep 2021

ZTS1240 transfer standard for zeta and also size?

The Zeta transfer standard has been a feature of our online store for quite a while. The latest version, the ZTS1240, consists of a box of ten syringes. We prefill the syringes, so there is no need to dilute or…READ MORE >

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Published 9 Sep 2021

SEC-MALS 20: upgrade your system!

I spill a lot of digital ink extolling the virtues of our OMNISEC system, and for good reason!  The power of a complete, advanced detection SEC system is undeniable.  But in this post, I’m going to focus on a single,…READ MORE >

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Published 24 Aug 2021

Peak number order in DLS – which is peak one?

When we get a size distribution from dynamic light scattering (DLS), there is always an issue with numbering the peaks. Do you label the peak number from left to right, i.e. small to large size? Or is it better from…READ MORE >

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Published 3 Aug 2021

Recombinant Protein Subunit Vaccines: A New Approach In Second Generation Vaccines Development

What Are Subunit Vaccines? Vaccines are proven powerful weapons against many human diseases, especially infectious diseases. A subunit vaccine is a vaccine that presents one or more antigens to the immune system without introducing pathogen particles, whole or otherwise. The…READ MORE >

Published 14 Jul 2021

Why use jar testing for your water treatment process?

There’s a more reliable and faster analysis available Control of the flocculation process and adjustment of coagulant dose during the course of water and wastewater treatment is often a challenging step in the water treatment process. How much coagulant to dose?…READ MORE >

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Published 13 Jul 2021

Which Zetasizer should you choose?

Use the Zetasizer Advance Selector! What do we offer? In 2018, we launched two new Zetasizer systems to the long and successful lineage of Zetasizer instruments, the Zetasizer Pro and the Zetasizer Ultra. In the summer of 2020, we added…READ MORE >

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Published 30 Jun 2021

Tiny Bubbles….Big Things

Bubbles are a natural phenomena existing in the environment since the dawn of time.  Examples occur all around us as batches of sauerkraut are prepared in the Fall in kitchens all around the world when fresh cabbage is harvested, or…READ MORE >

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Published 16 Jun 2021

What’s the biggest thing I can measure?

This might be a question we ask before purchasing a new instrument. We might also be wondering this when trying out a new application. The spec sheet for your instrument will tell you the answer but what does that lower/upper…READ MORE >

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