Measurements of the zeta potential and particle size of casein micelles in skim milk suspensions at natural and lower pH have been made using the technique of electroacoustics. This technique requires no dilution or change of environment of the casein micelles. The zeta potential obtained at natural pH for a commercial skim milk suspension was −18 mV; it became less negative with decreasing pH. The median particle size observed at natural pH for a commercial skim milk suspension was 0·2 εm, in good agreement with previously reported values. The particle size increased as the pH was decreased.