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By pairing Waters ACQUITY UPLC and Waters ACQUITY Advanced Polymer Chromatography (APC) Systems with Wyatt's [micro sign]DAWN Multi Angle Light Scattering detector, Rand D scientists receive higher quality information and data 5x faster than before.
The size of the void is designed to optimize light scattering efficiency when it is dispersed into a continuous polymeric medium.
They measure size and micro-rheology using dynamic light scattering; zeta potential and electrophoretic mobility using electrophoretic light scattering; and molecular weight using static light scattering.
Figure 1 shows the chromatograms of polydimethylsiloxane with signals from the light scattering at 90[degrees] (top) and the RI (bottom) detectors.
Covering the theory and practice of molecular weight measurements using static light scattering, Malvern says the basic guide serves as both an introduction for those with no prior knowledge of the technique and a reference document for anyone looking to enhance their understanding.
A viscometer enables universal calibration, eliminating the need for relevant calibration standards, or, when used with a light scattering detector supplies structural insight.
Hiding occurs when the penetration of incident light through a film is reduced, either by light scattering or by light absorption.
The aim of this study is to clarify the intricate connections between these two scattering regimes and in particular to show that for white paint films loaded with rutile titanium dioxide pigments, "dependent" light scattering is merely a particular manifestation of multiple scattering processes.
Precision Detectors manufactures laser light scattering detectors for use with HPLC, gel permeation chromatography (GPC) and size exclusion chromatography systems.
With the new website, the company is facilitating the knowledge of light scattering for the masses.
This graduate-level text describes inelastic light scattering by crystals and its use in the investigation of solid-sate excitation.