Article - 9 Jun 2016
Condition monitoring programs mainly focus on assessing the wear condition of equipment. Wear particles will be generated by oil wetted equipment throughout its service life. The rate and nature of...
Article - 21 Apr 2016
The choice of electrolyte is important in both anode and electrolyte supported fuel cells. Electrolyte powder can be transformed into supports, applied as a barrier layer or added to electrode layers...
Article - 15 Apr 2016
This article provides a fundamental understanding of the key particle characterization methods that are being used in academia and industry alike.
Article - 25 Jul 2014
In this interview, Olaf Schulz from SPECTRO talks to AZoM about the application of the SPECTRO GENESIS ICP-OES analyzer to determine the content of metal particulates in lubricants.
Article - 27 Aug 2013
There is a broad range of commercially available particle characterization techniques that can be used to measure particulate samples. Each has its strengths and limitations and there is no...
Article - 12 Aug 2013
Developing successful DPIs depend on engineering a powder blend capable of dispersing to a respirable size, typically below 5 µm.
Article - 24 Jan 2006
Particle size measurements can vary depending on many factors including the technique used. This article looks at how these measurement can differ and how to minimise differences as well as sources of...
Article - 23 Jun 2017
This analysis focuses on identifying the chemical composition of extractables and leachables from three medical grade polymer films: a Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), a silicone based, room...
Article - 10 Nov 2011
Boron Nitride is a synthetic, technical ceramic material, which is available in powder, solid, aerosol and liquid forms. This article describes the properties, applications of Boron Nitride.