Particle Characterization: Flow Pressurization Eliminates Bubbles for More Accuracy
24 Nov 2014

Bubbles create major issues when characterizing nanoparticles in solution because the characterization techniques typically utilize light scattering, specifically when determining size distribution and stability. Bubbles are much larger than nanoparticles and will scatter exponentially more light while interfering with particle movement, giving inaccurate results. This application note describes how the DelsaMax ASSIST can prevent these issues when using light scattering techniques.

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