Basic Principles of Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis
Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) is a particle characterization technique that has grown rapidly since its introduction to the market ten years ago. The current NanoSight instruments have become a critical tool used in many applications to provide information not available by other methods. The ability to visualize individual particles for analysis provides single-particle resolution as well as a direct measure of concentration. The technique also works under fluorescence, allowing speciation of labeled populations in complex backgrounds.
This webinar will review the basic principles of the technique itself, compare it to other established techniques like Dynamic Light Scattering, and provide some example application data sets to show how the information is used in practice.
Who should attend?
Users of Dynamic Light Scattering instruments interested in complementary information
Nanoparticle technologists looking for higher performance characterization techniques.
Anybody frustrated by the limits of traditional sizing techniques.
What will you learn?
Basic principles of Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis technique.
How NTA compares to traditional particle sizing techniques.
The powerful capabilities and data provided by this unique view of particle dispersions.
Optimization of the technique and analytical design that yield the highest quality data.