Light Scattering Course
LEARN A LITTLE BIT ABOUT LIGHT SCATTERING
Date: One weak in October 2012; 5 x 3 hrs;
Exact days to be announced later
Place: Chalmers University of Technology;
Room to be announced later.
Credit : 2 hp
Teacher: Jan-Erik Löfroth, Applied Chemistry, Chalmers
Lessons in Library at Polymer Technology, Kemigården 4, 8th floor
Static light scattering
Dynamic light scattering
Students from all departments at Chalmers and University of Gothenburg are welcomed. During the course the application of light scattering to different types of systems will be shown by examples, e.g. complex particle systems, polymers as solutions and as gels. The demonstrations will include sample preparation, how to record data, and what you must be aware of during data sampling.
Please observe that due to practical problems no more than four persons can attend the demonstrations each time. Therefore, the total number of students at the course will be limited to 20. Thus, first with application = first accepted.
Questions are answered by Jan-Erik Löfroth, email@example.com , 031-772 2968
The form factor vs the wave vector from studies with combined static and dynamic light scattering techniques for the characterization of a core-shell particle. Theoretical curves (full drawn lines) are shown for different types of particles, as well as the experimental data (dots). Löfroth 2009 unpublished.
Last modified: August 02, 2012