Literature/202111302113 quantifying sources of error in nanoparticle tracking analysis

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In order to quantify the sources of errors for nanoparticle tracking analysis, they first distinguish between two methods:

They use 550nm polystyrene spheres and track them at 10Hz with 5ms exposure time. Tracks are around 100 frames long. It is important to note that they focus on explaining the difference between the expected average value (i.e. the bulk diffusion coefficient) and not the deviations on each particle measurement. However, many of the things they discuss can be applicable, I believe.


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