Laser Diffraction Masterclass 4 – How to Achieve Successful Method Transfer

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00:00:00 Masterclass 4: Method transfer
00:01:32 Method transfer for laser diffraction
00:02:39 The pyramid of method transfer
00:04:33 The method transfer process
00:04:54 Information gathering
00:07:22 Information gathering
00:07:49 Information gathering
00:08:55 What is the biggest source of error?
00:09:33 What is the biggest source of error?
00:09:50 Information gathering
00:10:14 Information gathering
00:12:18 Experiments
00:16:27 Experiments
00:17:07 Analysis settings
00:20:02 Success criteria
00:20:28 Precision and accuracy
00:21:30 Precision and accuracy
00:22:48 Success criteria
00:24:31 Success criteria
00:25:56 Success criteria
00:27:14 Transferring methods from MS2000 to MS3000
00:27:26 Achieving comparable results
00:28:36 Experiments for method transfer
00:29:14 Obscuration
00:30:19 Achieving comparable wet dispersion
00:31:17 Obscuration filter and feed rate
00:32:06 Achieving comparable dry dispersion
00:32:41 Comparing pressure titrations
00:33:44 Analysis settings
00:34:33 Analysis: Optical properties
00:35:10 Analysis: Assessing the data fit
00:35:43 Analysis: Assessing the data fit
00:36:11 Analysis: Correct optical properties
00:36:29 Comparing results
00:37:24 Analysis: Mastersizer 2000 emulation
00:38:02 Slide 36
00:38:02 Summary
00:38:41 A six part series with 1 through 3 now available on-demand
00:39:03 Untitled
00:40:03 A six part series with 1 through 3 now available on-demand
00:41:04 Thank you for your
00:41:23 Untitled

In the fourth webinar of our Masterclass series, we will discuss how to achieve successful method transfer in three steps.

In many cases, the method transfer is straightforward and minimal work is required. But in regulated environments, for samples with more complex size distributions, or samples that are difficult to disperse, more work may be needed. Following the recommended process optimises the experiment matrix and maximises the likelihood of a sucessful method transfer.


Sarennah Longworth-Cook - Product Technical Specialist

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Who should attend?

Anyone who has recently upgraded to Mastersizer 3000 and has methods to transfer

Anyone with responsibility for method transfer involving Mastersizer 3000

Anyone deploying Mastersizer 3000 methods across multiple sites

Why attend?

To find out how to transfer your method from a legacy platform to Mastersizer 3000

To learn about the method transfer process recommended by Malvern Panalytical

To find out how to judge if a method transfer has been successful