Determining the Rheological Behavior of Sucrose Solution Using the BeNano 180 Zeta
This application note utilized dynamic light scattering microrheology to measure the mean square displacements (MSD) of tracer particles in the solutions and obtain rheological information. Sucrose samples with varying concentrations were measured, and viscoelastic properties and complex viscosity were characterized. The results showed that higher sucrose concentrations led to slower particle movement and increased viscosity. The study demonstrates the capability of the BeNano analyzer for microrheological measurements and provides valuable insights into the rheological properties of liquids.
Measurement by Technology:
Dynamic Light Scattering Microrheology
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