Particle Size Masterclass 2: which technique is best for me?

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00:00:00 Welcome
00:03:08 Particle Sizing Masterclass 2Which technique is right for me?
00:03:25 Particle Sizing Masterclass
00:04:30 Overview
00:05:37 Considerations for choosing a particle sizing technique
00:06:05 Particle Size Range
00:07:07 Particle Size Range
00:07:35 Distribution Type
00:10:33 Accuracy and Precision
00:13:05 Sample Form
00:14:12 Dispersion State
00:15:25 Dispersion State
00:16:03 Dispersion State
00:16:43 Dispersion State
00:17:11 Overview of particle sizing techniques
00:17:51 Laser Diffraction: Basics
00:20:43 Laser Diffraction: Analysis
00:22:41 Laser Diffraction
00:25:13 Automated Image Analysis
00:26:40 Automated Image Analysis: Results
00:27:22 Automated Image Analysis: Results
00:29:00 Automated Image Analysis
00:31:47 Sieving
00:32:32 Sieving
00:34:25 Sedimentation
00:35:31 Sedimentation: Particle size analysis
00:36:34 Sedimentation
00:38:23 Measuring Particle Size Using Brownian Motion
00:38:23 Brownian motion: Stokes Einstein equation
00:39:47 Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis
00:40:20 Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis: Particle Sizing
00:40:48 Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis
00:42:15 Dynamic Light Scattering: Particle sizing
00:43:39 Dynamic Light Scattering
00:45:14 Resonant Mass Measurement
00:46:06 Resonant Mass Measurement
00:47:34 Resonant Mass Measurement
00:48:48 Technique comparison
00:49:04 Particle Size Range
00:49:56 Dispersion State
00:51:20 Summary
00:52:16 Thank you for your attentionAny questions?Please type your questions in using the Q&A panel on the right side of your screen
00:59:55 Contact Information
01:01:13 Untitled

In the second webinar in the particle size masterclass series, we follow on from why you need to measure particle size, covered in the first masterclass, by looking at how to measure particle size. We started with considerations for choosing a particle sizing technique, such as the size range, resolution and suitability for different sample types. Then we presented an overview of techniques such as laser diffraction, automated imaging, dynamic light scattering, nanoparticle tracking analysis and their relative strengths. You should then be in a good position to choose the most appropriate particle sizing technique for your application.

Why attend?

  • Learn more about the range of particle sizing techniques available
  • Gain a basic understanding of how different particle sizing technologies work
  • Find out how to select the most suitable particle sizing technique for your material