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DLS vs. Diffraction of Flavor Emulsions

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The utility of many industrially produced materials, such as emulsions, is often determined by the particle size. Dynamic light scattering provides fast, accurate and repeatable nanoparticle size information and
is, therefore, an important tool for the nanoparticle technologist. Laser diffraction can also be used to characterize these important materials. Even though each method probes the sample in a different manner, similar trends are observed in measurement results.

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DLS vs. Diffraction of Flavor Emulsions
DescriptionThe particle size distribution of many flavor emulsions has a substantial effect on their performance. Particle size distribution can affect mouth feel, appearance, and emulsion stability (shelf life). Therefore, it is important to monitor and control size distribution to continuously provide optimal product. Both the SZ-100 and the LA-960 can be used to characterize submicron size emulsion droplets. The choice of instrument rests on other considerations.
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