Emulsion Applications

CPMG, Droplet Sizing and Diffusion MR Experiments. Integrated Software Allows Simple Data Acquisition and Analysis

Variable Temperature Studies from -50 to +150 degrees C and Strong Magnetic Field Gradients for Probing the Smallest Distance Scales

Multi Nuclear Probes for Simple Phase Identification

Automated Time Series Experiments to Investigate Phase Separation Dynamics


Diffusion Weighted 1D Profiles in a phase separated emulsion.
Signal remaining at the right is due to emulsion droplets. Towards the left the concentration of droplets and signal size is reduced.

Magnetic Resonance can be used for fast, accurate droplet size distribution determination.
Magnetic Resonance measurements correlate well with microscopy results. Data Courtesy of Antek A/S.

About Magnetic Resonance in Emulsion Analysis

Magnetic Resonance provides a rapid, non destructive method for emulsion characterisation. Signal from the disperse phase can be measured, and the reduction in apparent diffusion co-efficient used to calculate the droplet size.

Droplet size distributions can be measured in both water oil and oil water systems. The measurement is often highly temperature sensitive, so a thermally stabilised (VT) probe is used. Strong magnetic field gradients are necessary in order to probe small droplet sizes.

The AMR R4 MR Benchtop Analyzer has special features that make it ideal for this application, including accurate sample temperature control, high strength magnetic field gradients and automated software.

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