Probing roto-translational diffusion of small anisotropic colloidal particles with a bright-field microscope

@article{Giavazzi2021ProbingRD,
  title={Probing roto-translational diffusion of small anisotropic colloidal particles with a bright-field microscope},
  author={Fabio Giavazzi and Antara Pal and R. Cerbino},
  journal={The European Physical Journal. E, Soft Matter},
  year={2021},
  volume={44}
}
Abstract Soft and biological materials are often composed of elementary constituents exhibiting an incessant roto-translational motion at the microscopic scale. Tracking this motion with a bright-field microscope becomes increasingly challenging when the particle size becomes smaller than the microscope resolution, a case which is frequently encountered. Here we demonstrate squared-gradient differential dynamic microscopy (SG-DDM) as a tool to successfully use bright-field microscopy to extract… 
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