|00:00:00||Is My Particle Sizing System Fit For Purpose?|
|00:01:59||The 5Ws and H of Particle Sizing|
|00:07:01||What do you need to measure?|
|00:07:53||What do you need to measure?|
|00:08:09||What do you need to measure?|
|00:08:17||What do you need to measure?|
|00:08:47||What do you need to measure?|
|00:10:35||What do you need to measure?|
|00:11:14||What do you need to measure?|
|00:12:21||How to measure particle size?|
|00:13:52||How to measure particle size?|
|00:14:33||The Mastersizer 3000|
|00:15:44||The diffraction pattern|
|00:17:06||Laser diffraction results|
|00:18:26||The Morphologi 4 and 4-ID|
|00:19:51||Morphological imaging workflow|
|00:20:39||Morphological imaging & MDRS results|
|00:21:37||Who is doing your particle size measurements?|
|00:24:10||Where to measure particle size?|
|00:25:42||When to measure particle size?|
|00:26:50||Back to the Why?|
|00:27:14||Controlling the packing fraction in ceramics|
|00:28:21||Controlling the packing fraction in ceramics|
|00:29:04||Controlling the flowability of ceramics|
|00:29:44||Controlling the flowability of ceramics|
|00:30:30||Controlling the flowability of ceramics|
|00:31:33||Critical to dissolution, solubility or bioavailability?|
|00:32:18||Critical to dissolution, solubility or bioavailability?|
|00:32:58||Controlling bioavailability of a suspension|
|00:34:41||Controlling bioavailability in nasal sprays|
|00:35:21||Controlling bioavailability in nasal sprays|
|00:35:54||Controlling bioavailability in nasal sprays|
|00:37:10||Controlling bioavailability in nasal sprays|
|00:37:44||Controlling bioavailability in nasal sprays|
|00:38:57||AM: Why is particle morphology important?|
|00:39:50||AM: Why is particle morphology important?|
|00:40:07||AM: Why is particle morphology important?|
|00:40:37||AM: Why is particle morphology important?|
|00:41:22||Controlling a milling process|
|00:41:56||Controlling surface properties|
|00:43:09||The 5Ws and H of Particle Sizing|
|00:43:51||Thank You for Listening and Questions & Answers|
|00:47:19||How to measure particle size?|
|00:49:08||Thank You for Listening and Questions & Answers|
Deploying an analytical instrument within a laboratory can be expensive, both in terms of the cost of the system itself and also the training needed to enable and support users, to ensure they’re getting the most out of the new technology. Before accepting that this investment is necessary, it is important to understand how the instrument will deliver value to your team, your process(es) and your organisation. This requires consideration of how the performance of your product or intermediate relates to the parameter you are aiming to measure.
In this webinar, we will consider how this challenge can be addressed for particle morphology (size and shape) analysis. Introducing the techniques of laser diffraction and analytical imaging, we’ll consider how the size and shape of particles relate to critical properties of particulate systems or materials. This level of understanding can unlock the uncertainty of technology selection, helping you to make the right choices for your requirements and ensuring that your instrument’s output can be successfully used to ensure product or process quality and consistency.
Anne Virden - Technical Support Supervisor - Imaging +amp;amp; Diffraction
Who should attend?
Those who are interested in building their knowledge of the fundamentals of materials analysis and understanding how this can impact on and optimize both their products and processes.
What will you learn?
How particle characterization fits into your workflow.
How particle characteristics affect processes such as dissolution, stability and flowability.