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Welcome to our project page on Dynamic Light Scattering.  Feel free to browse our site.  If you are experiencing problems seeing the page's title or the last updated text at the bottom of the page you may need to set your browser to allow javascript to run.  In Windows Service Pack 2 Internet Explorer a yellow blocked content bar may pop down. Just have it allow the content to run.

As you will read in the website, Dynamic Light Scattering is a method of using the scattering data from small particles to determine their size.  It is used in many fields such as Physics, Biology, and Chemistry.   There are different ways to perform data collection as well as different ways to analyze the data.  We intend to try different ways in order to show that they all will result in a similar final data, as well as possibly show the benefits to using one method over the other.