Posts tagged Brownian motion

Dynamic Light Scattering Recap Part 3

In the last instalment of a three-part recap on how dynamic light scattering works, I would like to talk about the actual collection and processing of particle size data. Continue reading Dynamic Light Scattering Recap Part 3

Dynamic Light Scattering Recap Part 2

Stokes-Einstein equation

Stokes-Einstein equation

Last month we recapped on the basic principles of dynamic light scattering. This month I’d like to add some further detail. Continue reading Dynamic Light Scattering Recap Part 2

Brownian Motion and Dynamic Light Scattering

Brownian motion

Brownian motion

When reading about the principles underlying a particular analytical instrument or technique, I often come across concepts which are not fully explained but which the authors assume will be recognised by the reader. Sometimes it’s good to have a look at those concepts and make sure their significance is understood. One that I’d like to mention is Brownian motion, or Brownian movement. Continue reading Brownian Motion and Dynamic Light Scattering