Common Light Scattering Myths – Busted
5 Feb 2014

Dynamic Light Scattering is a well established technique for measuring the size and size distribution of molecules and particles. Over the years there have been number of myths regarding light scattering, its value as a technology, and its use in various applications. This white paper identifies some of the common myths and provides answers for each.

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