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100 years ago Gustav Mie developed an analytical solution for Maxwell equations to describe light scattering by spherical particles. One of the most important industrial applications of his model is in laser diffraction particle size analysis.

Products:
Mastersizer range
Date:
January 8 2010
Language:
English
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This white paper explores some of the reasons why laser diffraction has become one of the most widely used technologies for routine particle size analysis across a diverse range of industrial sectors.

Products:
Mastersizer range
Date:
March 25 2011
Language:
English
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Setting meaningful and realistic product specifications is essential in the application of Quality by Design during pharmaceutical development. Here we consider the process of selecting specifications, using particle size as an example parameter..

Products:
Mastersizer 3000
Date:
March 25 2011
Language:
English
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The yield stress characteristic is a property associated with numerous types of complex fluids - whereby the material does not flow unless the applied stress exceeds a certain value. This is evident in everyday tasks such as squeezing toothpaste from a tube or dispensing ketchup from a bottle, but is important across a whole range of industries and applications. The determination of a yield stress as a true material constant can be difficult as the measured value can be very much dependent on the measurement technique employed and the conditions of the test, of which there are many. Consequently, there is no universal method for determining yield stress and there exist a number of approaches, which find favour across different industries and establishments. This White Paper discusses the various approaches available to measure yield stress, and aspects of the practical measurement set-up and test parameters that need to be considered to obtain relevant, robust and reliable yield stress data using a rotational rheometer..

Products:
Kinexus ultra+
Date:
July 31 2015
Language:
English
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The techniques of laser diffraction and automated particle imaging support the fast, cost-effective development of nasal spray products, simultaneously providing the data required for regulatory compliance. This paper examines their application.

Products:
Morphologi G3-ID
Date:
May 10 2012
Language:
English
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