New and unique features for nanoparticle and zeta potential analysis
Dynamic light scattering (DLS), also known as photon correlation spectroscopy (PCS) and quasi-elastic light scattering (QELS), is a technique used to measure the Brownian motion (diffusion) and subsequent size distribution of an ensemble collection of particles in solution. It is used to monitor nanoparticles and zeta potential across a wide variety of products from pharmaceuticals to personal care products, general emulsions, surfactants and more.
In our earlier series of dynamic light scattering webinars, we introduced how the technology works, practical tips on sample analysis as well as data analysis. In this session, we will conduct a virtual demonstration of our Zetasizer Ultra, which is our latest model of our DLS range of instrumentation.
During this webinar, our specialists will run a variety of samples and demonstrate the new features of the Zetasizer Ultra as well as the data output in the software. We want to use this live virtual demo to showcase the speed, accuracy and repeatability of results as well as other value added features. For instance being able to conduct particle concentration measurements and measurement of complex materials in their undiluted states.
Learn about what's new:
1. Best possible resolution in DLS; possible with the Zetasizer Ultra's Multi-angle Dynamic LIght Scattering (MADLS) feature. See how MADLS incorporates back, side and forward detection angles resulting in the best possible 1:1 resolution, accurate and repeatable results.
2. Zetasizer Ultra's new and unique features - ‘adaptive correlation’ and Neural network based AI for guidance- not only enable significantly faster measurement time. The user also gains in terms of having a better understanding of the sample or sampling process.
3. Particle concentration measurement is also possible, as an extension of MADLS. This is calibration free.
4. Unique accessories such as the micro-capillary cell help measure ‘complex materials’ in their most desired ‘as it is ‘ or undiluted state.
We will run our samples live for you to experience how simple and easy the measurement process is.
July 09 2020 - July 09 2020
11:30 - 12:30
India Time [Asia]
Webinar - Live
Multi-Angle Dynamic Light Scattering (MADLS)
Who should attend ?
- Anyone interested in learning about Dynamic Light Scattering.
- R and D Scientists working in the fields of synthesis and formulation of nanomaterials, dispersions and applications of nano-materials in bio-pharma, vaccine research , pharmaceutical development etc.
- Anyone interested in acquiring DLS instrumentation for nanoparticle analysis
Dr Anand Tadas , Regional Technical Specialist at Malvern Panalytical for Nanometrics
Dr Tadas heen associated with Malven Panalytical for more than 10 years. He specializes in the Nanometrics product ranges. Anand received his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry (colloidal science) from Mumbai India. He is a holder of 3 patents on inert metal processing which are licensed. He has also guided 4 students for their Masters (M.Tech) programmes. At present, Dr Tadas is focusing on using the orthogonal characterization of materials particularly in the delivery applications across different sectors.
Why should I attend ? What will I learn ?
1. Learn about the latest technology in the market for DLS with the Zetasizer Ultra
2. Understand how easy and simple it is to run samples
3. Learn how your analysis can benefit in terms of speed, accuracy, repeatability, ease of sample preparation and AI
4. See a live demo of how various samples including surfactants, emulsions and more are analysed live on the Zetasizer Ultra
5. See the software, data quality and additional value added information like particle concentration that can be derived from the measurement.
How long is this webinar?
45 minutes is the intended demonstration time time with additional time for addressing queries.
Join our free series of DLS related webinars
- Webinar 1: Intro to Dynamic Light Scattering and its applications towards vaccine research, formulation and development. More info
- Webinar 2: Better particle size analysis and interpretation of dynamic light scattering data. More info
- Webinar 3: Live demo at your desk: *New* Zetasizer Ultra, for dynamic light scattering
- Webinar 4: Nanomedicine involving complex composition and the criteria for using nanoparticle tracking analysis. More info
- Webinar 5: Research applications on gene therapy and virus research using NTA.
- Webinar 6: Focus on Vaccine Development 1: Value of DSC as a Complimentary and Insightful Technique for Structural Characterization of a Multi-Domain Protein Antigen.
- Webinar 7: Focus on Vaccine Development 2: How Stable is Stable? Combining biophysical techniques and advanced kinetics to support formulation development.
- Webinar 8: Strengthening the analytical workflow for rAAV viral vector development.