Learn more about Microtrac’s proprietary approach to Dynamic Light Scattering with our webinar recordings
We will be providing an overview of nanoemulsions, formulating specifically with CBD and THC and processing nanoemulsions with the Microfluidizer processor. Tim will go into details about particle size analysis with Microtrac and then discussing the results of the CBD and THC nanoemulsions he has created with the M110P Microfluidizer Processor.
In this webinar we discuss dynamic light scattering technology and the on-line capabilities we offer. Special guest, Brian Freeland from Dublin City University will talk about his experience using Microtrac’s Nanotrac Flex and the advantages of on-line integration.
Advantages of the Frequency Power Spectrum Method from Microtrac
Join us as we go in depth about dynamic light scattering and our special guest presents comparison data and talks about his experience using Microtrac’s Nanotrac Flex.
Laser particle sizing sample prep tips 2.0 from Microtrac
Part 2 of our best practices for achieving accurate size measurements via light scattering.
Measuring particle size and zeta potential without dilution from Microtrac
Over dilution can have a negative effect on size and zeta potential measurements. Learn how we consistently produce accurate results at high concentrations with our DLS technology.
Accurate Particle Sizing Under 100 Nanometers from Microtrac
Whether you are measuring weak scattering particles or multi-modal distributions, we make it easy to accurately size under 100 nanometers.
This is not your ordinary dynamic light scattering analyzer from Microtrac
Good luck trying to measure a multi-mode dispersion of nanoparticles with Photon Correlation Spectroscopy. Check out this presentation to learn about the unique capabilities of our enhanced Dynamic Light Scattering technique.
Reference beating – an accurate method for nanoparticle size analysis – dynamic light scattering, the microtrac way from Microtrac
At Microtrac, we have always done things our way and Dynamic Light Scattering is no different. The Controlled Reference Method, also known as Reference Beating, increases the optical signal to the photodetector system anywhere from 100 to 1,000,000 times compared to traditional DLS. This increase in signal provides the user with superior nanoparticle size analysis capability. Check out this short presentation that introduces the Microtrac approach to DLS.