Here we list 10 methods that can be used to characterize the nanoparticle chemical composition.
Lipid-based systems such as vesicles, monolayers and bilayers are interesting as model membrane platforms and are used in various research areas. To characterize these systems, it is often necessary to use more than one analysis method. So which analysis methods should you use?
QCM-D is designed to detect minute variations in frequency, f, and dissipation, D. Here we have compiled a checklist that will help you optimize the reproducibility of your QCM-D measurements by minimizing unintentional changes of the recorded parameters.
Working in a surface science lab, you surround yourself with analysis equipment that you need to progress in your work. The benefits of running combination measurements could be three-fold.
Lipid-based systems are used in various fields of research, e.g. in the design and development of biosensor platforms, biomaterial coatings and drug delivery applications. In this overview, we present examples of how these lipid-based systems can be characterized using QSense QCM-D technology.
Nanoparticle size is one of the key parameters that are relevant to characterize in nanoparticle suspensions. Here we list six different methods that you can use to characterize the nanoparticle size.
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