Have you ever wondered, what are the main differences and similarities are between Laser Diffraction and Dynamic Light Scattering? Perhaps you have come across a sample for which you are not sure what technique will provide the most accurate particle size results?

Laser Diffraction and Dynamic Light Scattering are extremely popular particle sizing techniques that together, cover a dynamic range from millimetres down to nano metres. In this webinar, we will cover how the two particle sizing technologies differ and overlap in their functions and capabilities. By using examples of case studies, we will also show how you can use this knowledge to inform your own choices when it comes to measuring your materials.


Measurement type:
Particle size
July 16 2020 - July 16 2020
10:30 - 11:30
Eastern Time [US & Canada]
Event type:
Webinar - Live
Zetasizer Nano range
Mastersizer range
Insitec range
Zetasizer Pro
Zetasizer Ultra
Dynamic Light Scattering
Laser Diffraction


John Ddungu - Product Technical Specialist +amp;amp; Diogo Fernandez - Technical Support Nanomaterials - Light Scattering

More information

- Who should attend?
Anyone who is new to Dynamic Light Scattering or Laser diffraction, or anyone who is curious about the technologies.

- What will you learn?
To learn about the capabilities of using Dynamic Light Scattering and Laser Diffraction for particle sizing.
To gain an understanding of when either of the techniques are more suitable or are complementary.