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Determining Intrinsic Viscosity

Intrinsic viscosity analysis can be used to examine the molecular structure and interactions of molecules in suspension. It is also a useful parameter for proteins, polymers, and other colloidal suspensions. Intrinsic viscosity measures a solute’s contribution to viscosity at infinite dilution and can be used to calculate molecular size, molecular weight, and molecular stability.

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Characterizing Viscosity of Lipid Nanoparticles

LNPs have been developed as a pharmaceutical drug delivery system to deliver a variety of therapeutics, including DNA, mRNA and siRNA. In this application note, we show how we use the RheoSense Initium® one plus and m-VROC® II to measure the viscosity of lipid nanoparticles during a shear rate sweep experiment.

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Automated Viscosity Screening Through Temperature Sweeps

Download this application note to learn more about how you can automate your temperature sweeps and viscosity screening. Our applications team tested Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA), a globular protein derived from cow’s blood. VROC® initium makes your viscosity screening hands free, worry free and Simply Precise™.

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