Particle Characterization Webinars
Particle Characterization Webinars
To achieve stable dispersion and desired particle size, one of the very first and fundamental steps is solvent selection.
Electronic devices are getting smaller and more efficient, and thus require higher quality in the inspection of semiconductor microfabrication processes.
In this webinar you will learn about the fundamentals of grinding and polishing and the applications of different grinding and polishing consumables.
In this webinar the fundamentals of electrolytic polishing and etching are illustrated with examples of common materialographic microstructures and applications.
Seeing is believing: Automated image analysis offers the highest information content of all particle sizing techniques.
Are you using sieve analysis for routine particle size determination and are looking for a time- and cost-saving alternative which provides similar results?
In this webinar we examine 10 of the most common errors in particle analysis.
Traditionally a limited number of techniques have been used for physical properties analysis.
Increasing global CO2 levels have led to a thrust in research on Carbon Capture and Storage and Carbon Capture and Utilization.
David Smith brings a 30 year perspective on real life industrial powder handling problems covering bulk materials and final packaged products.
As additive manufacturing (AM) transitions from the fabrication of prototypes to production of end-use parts, understanding the powder properties required to reliably produce high quality parts is critical.
Understanding powder behavior is essential for optimizing bulk solids production processes and developing high-quality products.
Inductively coupled plasma or microwave plasma are among the most reliable and common spectroscopic techniques used for the determination of metals, including PGMs.
Oral solid dose (OSD) drug products represent the largest class of products sold by the pharmaceutical industry, accounting for over 60% of global pharmaceutical sales.
Battery technology is rapidly evolving – and manufacturers’ needs are evolving along with it.
Geologists may know more about optical properties and their empirical determination than many so-called light scattering ‘experts’.
Identifying crystal form is an ongoing challenge in the pharmaceutical industry.
Fully understanding the causes and control of surface-mediated particle formation requires robust characterization of nano- and microparticles.
This webinar will show the potentialities of the new multiplexing and fully automated SPRi "XelPleX" by illustrating two examples of the simultaneous characterization of multiple biologically relevant interactions.
Hybrid perovskite materials have emerged over the past five years as absorber layers for new high-efficiency yet low-cost solar cells (PSCs) that combine the advantages of organic and inorganic semiconductors.
Spectroscopic ellipsometry is a surface sensitive, non-destructive, and non-intrusive optical metrology technique widely used to determine thin film thickness and optical constants (n, k).
Laser Diffraction is the most popular technique in modern particle sizing. It can be used to rapidly and reliably determine the size and size distribution particles with sizes from 10's of nanometers to a few millimeters.
Physical characterization is central to the development of small molecule pharmaceutics, but focusing on particle size can sometimes be right or wrong.
Additive manufacturing is overtaking traditional subtractive techniques where a great deal of waste material is created and production flexibility is limited.
The ViewSizer® 3000 offers the ability to visualize nanoparticle colloids without requiring calibration standards or knowledge of any particle material properties, such as refractive index.
Emulsions and suspensions are commonly used in pharmaceutical, chemical and consumer products. The pharmaceutical industry, in particular, uses emulsions and suspensions to increase drug efficacy by controlling their particle size and size distribution.
Due to their long range, charge effects can be quite important in nanoparticle and colloidal systems. Surface charge on the particle is typically discussed in terms of zeta potential; the potential at the shear plane.
In this webinar, previously given at a Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) symposium in the UK, Dr. Jan "Kuba" Tatarkiewicz will discuss the influence of various experimental parameters determined by different methods to measure the concentration of particles in colloids, especially in poly-dispersed and poly-material samples.
Understanding the molecular structure and processes at the particle-liquid interface, from initial formulation to final manufacture, is critical to the performance of suspensions and emulsions.
Laser diffraction is a mature and reliable tool to tackle a very wide range of particle sizing applications, but how do you know what you measure is really the “right” particle size?
Learn how to rapidly and reliably determine particle size and shape distributions. Image analysis is intuitively appealing and, with new software and hardware, increasingly accessible.
Whether you are spray drying, reducing particle size, granulating or particle coating, process optimization can be a challenge as well as producing consistent results and troubleshooting when things go wrong.
For industries and research applications which require homogenization of material samples which are sticky, sensitive to temperature, or elastic; cryogenic grinding is a highly appropriate option, if properly performed.
Several research processes require the use of ball mills to achieve sample pulverization. This technique is useful but could be even more so, provided its practice is optimized by knowing the tips and tricks of the trade associated with its use.
Detailed particle characterization, including shape and size analysis and chemical identification, enables thorough understanding of drug formulations.
In this presentation, we will describe our approach for developing continuous processes, and present the application of this approach to an oxidative nitration reaction of a nitroalkane. We carried the product of oxidative nitration forward and reacted it with formaldehyde to form the corresponding 2,2-dinitroethanol derivative and isolated the product by means of a continuous pH adjustment.
In recent years, an imbalance has emerged between supply and demand in the market for honey. Pressures on bee populations have resulted in a squeeze in its availability.
TD-NMR is an indispensable analytical technique used in quality control and assurance for a wide variety of applications.