The Nicomp dynamic light scattering (DLS) system measures particles size and generates results as Gaussian or multi-modal distributions using the unique Nicomp algorithm that remains the most advanced for accurately separating close bimodals and native populations from aggregate tails. Add zeta potential analysis to measure dispersion stability. The Nicomp measures both in frequency and phase analysis light scattering (PALS) modes for increased sensitivity. The zeta potential dip cell design keeps the applied voltage lower than other systems, reducing Joule heating, extending cell lifetime, and providing thousands of stable results.
The sections below provide additional information on the Nicomp DLS and zeta potential systems.