Determine Hydrodynamic Size of Surfactant Micelles with DelsaMax CORE
27 Nov 2014

Understanding the experimental properties and thermodynamics of detergent solutions is important for the cleaning industry, basic encapsulation research, and increasingly, in protein studies. This application note demonstrates how the DelsaMax CORE accurately determined the hydrodynamic size of Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate micelles, a representative surfactant. The measurements in this work all took just a few minutes thanks to the state-of-the-art dynamic light scattering detection system on the DelsaMax CORE.

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