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Introduction to Dynamic Light Scattering

Summary: Dynamic Light Scattering is growing in importance and is the main technique for analysis of nanoparticles and even large molecules like proteins or polymers. It can be used to rapidly and reliably determine the size and size distribution particles with sizes from less than a nanometer to a few microns. 

Background: Topics covered include:

  • How does dynamic light scattering work
  • Issues in measurement
  • Advantages of dynamic light scattering

Presentation length: 38 minutes

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