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Fundamentals of DLS Microrheology

Meet A Powerful Tool for Rheological Characterization - DLS Microrheology


DLS Microrheology is one of the latest updated features of the BeNano series. It is a passive technique that tracks the movement of tracer particles undergoing Brownian motion. It requires very small sample volumes, provides rapid measurements over a wide frequency range, and is non-destructive. 


In this video, our application engineer, Alia Yan, unveils the fundamental concepts of rheology, explores the principles of DLS microrheology, and highlights its features, benefits, and key applications. 


Why choose
BeNano Series - Nanoparticle Size and Zeta Potential Analyzer?

• Dynamic Light Scattering for Particle Size

• Electrophoretic Light Scattering for Zeta Potential

• Static Light Scattering for Molecular Weight

• DLS Microrheology for Rheological Properties


Unique Benefits You Can Enjoy:

• Backscattering Detection for higher sensitivity

• Phase Analysis Light Scattering for low electrophoretic mobility samples

• BAT-1 autotitrator for pH trend measurement 


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