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How to Measure Microrheological Properties of Liquids by BeNano?


In this video tutorial, we show you how to use our BeNano instrument to measure the microrheological properties of liquids.

 

The tracer used in the video is polystyrene microspheres.

 

BeNano uses DLS microrheology to characterize weakly structured polymer, protein solutions, and gel systems. DLS microrheology enables straightforward and fast measurements and data treatment. It can acquire high-frequency information in a single measurement. 

 

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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