Fecha registrada: June 12 2012

Duration: 44 minutes 31 seconds

In this presentation we will discuss some of the issues involved, and software tools available, to enable effective transfer of particle sizing methods from the Mastersizer 2000 to the Mastersizer 3000 laser diffraction particle size analysis system.
Table of contents
1. Achieving method transfer between the Mastersizer 2000 and the Mastersizer 3000
00:49
2. Achieving method transfer between the Mastersizer 2000 and the Mastersizer 3000
00:39
3. Overview
01:10
4. Achieving comparable results
01:21
5. Wet dispersion units
01:32
6. Hydro LV & MV: sample tank design
01:06
7. Dry dispersion units
01:10
8. Comparing results
00:23
9. Comparing results
00:52
10. Dispersion conditions
00:25
11. Extracting the measurement settings
00:39
12. Achieving comparable wet dispersion
00:49
13. An ideal dispersion trend
01:26
14. Achieving comparable wet dispersion
01:53
15. Differences in the sampler settings
00:50
16. Pump and stir speed titration: Hydro G
01:03
17. Stir speed titration: Hydro LV
01:21
18. Achieving comparable results: concentration
01:52
19. Achieving comparable results: obscuration titration
01:06
20. Achieving comparable dry dispersion
00:48
21. Achieving comparable dry dispersion
01:27
22. Comparing pressure titrations on Scirocco & Aero
02:20
23. Analysis
00:23
24. Analysis: Optical properties
01:37
25. Analysis: Assessing the data fit
01:05
26. Analysis: Assessing the data fit
00:41
27. Analysis: Correct optical properties
00:57
28. Analysis: models
01:15
29. Analysis: Particle shape
01:16
30. Analysis: Mastersizer 2000 emulation mode
00:35
31. Case Studies
00:23
32. Case studies across the size range
00:53
33. Case studies across the size range
00:46
34. Case studies across the size range
00:33
35. Case studies across the size range
00:47
36. Examples at the extremes of the size range
01:03
37. Conclusions
00:52
38. Contact Information
06:24