Combining SAXS and DLS for simultaneous measurements and time-resolved monitoring of nanoparticle synthesis

January 2015 – Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B,  343 (2015) 116–122 – A. Schwamberger, B. De Roo d, D. Jacob, L. Dillemans, L. Bruegemann, J.W. Seo, J.P. Locquet

A team from TU Dortmund, Bruker, Cordouan Technologies and KU Leuven demonstrates an innovative way to charactherize nano-particles by combining SAXS, DLS and a microflow reactor. To ensure high enough flux to do time-resolved SAXS, a MetalJet x-ray source from Excillum was used.

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