Photon Cross Correlation Spectroscopy - particle size distribution from dilute to concentrated dispersions
Provides similar basic data as dynamic light scattering (DLS) which is otherwise known as photon correlation spectroscopy, with the main difference that it can measure on concentrated dispersions, up to 20% by volume. Can also be useful for studies of colloidal stability, particularly in concentrated systems.
It can only measure particle size distribution, not zeta potential.
Accessories - tilting unit, incubator (Mercs)