Although zeta potential measurements are commonly used to measure colloidal suspensions or molecular solutions, it is also possible to measure the zeta potential of planar surfaces.
This webinar introduces the concept of surface zeta potential, shows how it can be measured on the Zetasizer Nano using the surface zeta potential cell and discusses some recent applications.
The Basic Principles of Particle Size Analysis
Controlling the Dispersion or Flocculation of Colloidal Suspensions Through Zeta Potential
Zeta Potential - An Important Parameter for Controlling Formulation Stability and Product Performance
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Understanding and Controlling the Rheology of Particulate Dispersions
Rheometer or Viscometer? Which One Do I Need and What is the Difference?
A Comparison of Sieves and Laser Diffraction for Particle Size Analysis
Characterizing and Optimizing the Particle Size and Shape of Metal Powders for Additive Manufacturing
A Guide to Technologies Used For The Analysis of Particulates in Injectable Drugs
Tailoring the Microstructure of Dry Powder Inhaler Formulations for Improved Drug Delivery
A Basic Introduction to Rheology and Rheometry PART 1 – Viscosity
Enlightening the Fcab-antigen interaction via X-ray crystallography & solution studies
Get the best of both worlds: Coupling advanced multi-detection with UPLC for faster and more detailed polymer analysis
Collecting X-ray Powder Diffraction Data: how to choose the best configuration and measurement parameters
Introduction to X-ray fluorescence (XRF) and particle characterization in cement
Climate and hydrology studies leveraging ASD VNIR spectral snow albedo measurements
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