Laser Light Scattering

The most important methods for the characterization of particles in the nanometer and micrometer range are dynamic and static laser light scattering (laser diffraction). The static laser light scattering can be used for the analysis of emulsions, suspensions and dry samples.


  • Nano Particle Analyzer
    HORIBA SZ‑100

    Nano&nbsp;Particle Analyzer <br /> HORIBA SZ&#8209;100
    • Measuring principle:
    • - Particle size: Photon Correlation Spectroscopy
    • - Molecular weight: Debye plot method (static light scattering)
    • - Zeta potential: Laser Doppler electrophoresis
    • Measuring range:
    • - Particle size: 0.3 nm - 8 µm
    • - Molecular weight: 1 x 10^3 - 2x 10^7 g/mol
    • - Zeta potential: -200 mV to +200 mv
  • Particle Analyzer HORIBA LA‑350

    Particle Analyzer HORIBA LA&#8209;350
    • Measuring principle: Mie Scattering Theory
    • Measuring range: 0.1 µm - 1000 µm
    • Type of analysis: wet analysis
  • Particle Analyzer
    HORIBA LA‑960

    Particle Analyzer <br />HORIBA LA&#8209;960
    • Measuring principle: Mie Scattering Theory according ISO 13320
    • Measuring range: 0.01 µm - 5000 µm
    • Type of analysis: dry and wet analysis