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Masterclass 4 webinar: Data interpretation of zeta potential measurements

Webinar Date
  • Thu July 11, 2024
    9:30 AM 1 hour

This is the fourth masterclass of a four-part Masterclass series where Malvern Panalytical Ltd. will discuss result and data interpretation of zeta potential measurements taken with the Zetasizer Advance series. 

The session will highlight the key parameters and charts available in the ZS Xplorer software to aid interpretation. It will demonstrate how to configure the software effectively for display and provide insights into recognizing good and poor data. Additionally, attendees will gain an understanding of the reasons for poor data quality and explore strategies for improvement.

Anyone who is interested in learning about method development for dynamic light scattering sizing measurements or wants to have a better understanding of critical to quality parameters would benefit from this session.

About the speaker

Mike Kaszuba - Technical Support Manager, Malvern Panalytical

What will you learn? 

  • Find your confidence in interpreting the data and results you have obtained from zeta potential measurements taken with a Zetasizer Advance instrument.
  • Discover how to configure ZS Xplorer software to effectively display key parameters and charts, aiding interpretation.
  • Identify good and poor data, understand the reasons for poor data, and know what can be done to improve it.

Who should attend? 

  • Scientists and researchers who are interested in method development for dynamic light scattering sizing measurements.
  • Compliance officers who are looking for an understanding of critical-to-quality parameters.

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