Electrokinetic potential in colloidal dispersions.
Nanoparticles containing DEC were characterized by diameter, polydispersity index and zeta potential.
The zeta potential values decreased with increasing pH of the suspension.
The electrophoretic mobility, zeta potential, and critical voltage have been evaluated.
The liposomes incorporating different CHE-PAHy-Lacs were prepared and characterized by zeta potential and particle size analyzer.
Hydrophobicity and surface charge of cells was determined by measuring contact angles and zeta potential, respectively.
The zeta potential values indicate that higher surfactant loadings also create positive charges on the organoclay surfaces.
Liposomal formulations were characterized by size analysis, zeta potential, drug loading efficiency and stability in horse serum.
Responses analyzed for computing the main effects and interactions were microcapsule morphology, yield, mean size, and zeta potential.
The obtained scaffolds were subjected to mechanical testing, infrared spectroscopy, swelling measurements, low-pressure porosimetry and zeta potential measurement.
The particle size and zeta potential were significantly affected by the BSA concentration but not by the BHb concentration.
Derivatives were characterized by Infrared Spectroscopy, proton and carbon Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, XRD, particle size distribution and zeta potential.
The mobility investigation showed that transport of acid-treated CNTs increased with treatment time due to increase in particle zeta potential.
As the pH was increased, the zeta potential of PPIH decreased from -7.4 to -21.6.
The physical and electrical properties of the hydrogels were characterized by measuring and calculating the swelling ratio and zeta potential, respectively.
The few-layer graphene oxide was characterized using AFM and the surface charge of supports was evaluated with the zeta potential technique.
The average diameter and the zeta potential of LPD were 132.1 nm and 26.8 mV respectively.
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