Laser Diffraction Masterclass 2: How Can Material Optical Properties be Calculated/Estimated
Geologists may know more about optical properties and their empirical determination than many so-called light scattering ‘experts’. A large number of materials can either be considered mixtures or part of a family of homologues from the optical properties point-of-view. With some very broad assumptions surprisingly excellent values for optical properties can be predicted by the Gladstone-Dale approach. We will discuss this approach together with molar refractivity routes to refractive index prediction for organic molecules.
Register for event
- Date: March 17 2020 - March 17 2020
- Time: 10:30 - 11:30 (GMT-05:00) Eastern [US & Canada]
- Event type: Webinar - Recorded
- Language: English
- Mastersizer 3000
- Mastersizer 2000
- Technology: Laser Diffraction
Alan Rawle Ph.D. - Applications Manager & Particle Size Expert
- Who should attend?
- Anyone that uses particle size analysis or has interest in particle size.
- What will you learn?
- You will be educated on a critical parameter of particle size analysis, RI and optical properties. This second in our masterclass series will cover the Gladstone-Dale approach.