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Standards Aid in RoHS ComplianceRoHS, the seminal European sustainability directive, and others like it, challenge manufacturers to eliminate hazardous substances in their products. With RoHS compliance deadlines ongoing through at least the next five years, and more to come from other regions and nations, ASTM Committee F40 is helping companies with testing standards and other resources.

Sample homogeneity is an aspect that significantly affects several physical properties - strength, robustness, and lifetime of a particular product. Often, the inhomogeneity can be traced back to an error in the production process of a product. By knowing the sample homogeneity, manufacturers can trace back and optimize their process in order to create better quality products. Small spot analysis and elemental distribution mapping was conducted using a wavelength dispersive (WB) spectrometer with an energy dispersive (ED) small spot mapping (SSM) functionality. The latest advances in WDXRF instruments include the addition of an ED in the same spectrometer. The ED-SSM combination allows small spot analysis and element distribution mapping with spot sizes of 0.5 mm (FWHM) in diameter. The compositional homogeneities of a ceramic inclusion and a steel sample were investigated in this paper

Products:
Epsilon 1 range
Date:
July 25 2017
Language:
English

In this article we look at what zeta potential is and the potential role that on-line zeta potential monitoring can play in optimizing the water treatment process, specifically flocculation control. The applicability of zeta potential is illustrated via the experiences of Aurora Water, a utility responsible for the production of water treatment for the city of Aurora in Colorado, USA. One Aurora Water treatment facility is using zeta potential as both an off- and on-line tool for monitoring and controlling the water treatment process. Results show how on-line technology can reduce chemical usage costs and simplify process operation, delivering further gains in energy consumption.

Products:
Zetasizer WT
Date:
September 25 2014
Language:
English

The concept of particle size is irrevocably derived from aspects of particle shape and morphology. This particle explains how particle size is defined for irregualr particles and how size distirbutions may be represented.

Products:
Morphologi G3
Date:
October 2 2002
Language:
English

This article describes the development of a cross-flow membrane emulsification process, where droplet size distribution measurements using laser diffraction show the process to be controllable, repeatable, reliable and capable of scale-up.

Products:
Mastersizer 2000
Date:
October 16 2002
Language:
English

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