New Method for Accurate Nanoparticle Size and Concentration Measurements
April 19, 2017
USA 10:30 a.m. PDT / 1:30 p.m. EDT /
18:30 BST / 19:30 CEST
Nanoparticle size, size distribution, and concentration (count) determination has been a significant analytical challenge. The challenge is acute for the typical sample which contains particles with a wide range of sizes. This webinar discusses a novel implementation of nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA) that addresses these challenges. Like conventional NTA, this new method tracks the motion of each particle in the sample to determine size. Significant advancements in the optics compared to conventional NTA will be described that allow particles with varying sizes in the same sample to be visualized and accurately quantified. This particle-by-particle detection allows exquisite resolution in determining size distributions along with particle count and, therefore, concentration. Furthermore, the system provides visualization and analysis of nanoparticle kinetic processes, such as dissolution, aggregation and crystallization.
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• How to repeatably and accurately determine nanoparticle size distribution.
• How to determine nanoparticle concentration even for polydisperse samples
• How to characterize kinetic processes involving subvisible particles
• Recent significant advances in nanoparticle tracking analysis
• Nanoparticle scientists and engineers
• Researchers/ R&D Mangagers
• Laboratory Managers/ Directors / Supervisors
• Analytical and physicochemical characterization scientists
Rick Cooper, P.E.,
CEO MANTA Instruments