What Does It Take to Accurately Measure Concentration of Nanoparticles in Colloids

Webinar Description

In this webinar, previously given at a Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) symposium in the UK, Dr. Jan "Kuba" Tatarkiewicz will discuss the influence of various experimental parameters determined by different methods to measure the concentration of particles in colloids, especially in poly-dispersed and poly-material samples. Dr. Tatarkiewicz will compare principles of measurements for established technologies such as transmission electron microscopy (TEM), flow cytometry (FC), resistive pulse sensing (Coulter), nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA) as well as improvements introduced to the latter by multispectral advanced nanoparticle tracking analysis (MANTA). Dr. Tatarkiewicz will present experimental results obtained for standardized samples and colloids encountered in research studies in diverse fields of interest. Details of calibrating instruments that use MANTA will also be discussed.

Download Slides

Particle Analysis Products

ViewSizer 3000
More ViewSizer 3000

The Better Way to Characterize Nanoparticles

CAMSIZER P4*
More CAMSIZER P4*

Dynamic Image Analysis System Particle Size

CAMSIZER X2*
More CAMSIZER X2*

Dynamic Image Analysis System Particle Size

Eyecon2™*
More Eyecon2™*

Direct Imaging Particle Analyzer

Partica LA-960
More Partica LA-960

Laser Scattering Particle Size Distribution Analyzer

Partica LA-960V2
More Partica LA-960V2

Laser Scattering Particle Size Distribution Analyzer

Partica mini LA-350
More Partica mini LA-350

Laser Scattering Particle Size Distribution Analyzer

PSA300*
More PSA300*

Static Image Analysis System Particle Size

SA-9600 Series
More SA-9600 Series

BET Flowing Gas Surface Area Analyzers

SZ-100
More SZ-100

Nanopartica Series Instruments

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

Do you have any questions or requests? Use this form to contact our specialists.