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An Introduction to DLS Microrheology

Published 08 April 2016 | By Malvern Panalytical

Microrheology techniques involve tracking the motion of dispersed probe (or tracer) particles in a complex fluid, to extract local and bulk rheological properties of the matrix. Analogous to mechanical rheometry techniques, a stress is applied to the system by motion of the probe particle, and the deformation (or strain) is measured through changes in the probe particle position.

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An Introduction to DLS Microrheology