Dynamic light scattering system with a novel scattering cell for the measurement of particle

Will, Stefan; Leipertz, Alfred
September 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Sep96, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p3164
Academic Journal
Presents an optical scattering cell for the determination of the particle diffusion coefficient by dynamic light scattering which can be utilized for particle size analysis and viscosity measurements. Advantage of the light scattering setup; Results for the diffusion coefficient of silica particles in water.


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