Fecha registrada: November 18 2014

Duration: 37 minutes 52 seconds

However good the methods we develop are, there is still the potential for something to go wrong!

In this webinar find out what you can do if you are presented with results that are not what you expect.

We will show you how to review measurement data to determine if the measurements have been carried out correctly, and to recognize common errors.


Table of contents
1. Untitled
00:58
2. Masterclass 5: Troubleshooting: What to do when it looks like things have gone wrong!
00:09
3. The laser diffraction masterclass
00:29
4. Common questions about laser diffraction
01:32
5. What is the biggest source of error?
02:43
6. What affects measurement reproducibility?
02:01
7. What affects measurement repeatability?
00:58
8. Problems with sample stability: dissolution
01:12
9. Problems with sample stability: agglomeration
01:36
10. Recognising problems with alignment
00:00
11. How to tell that the system is clean
00:41
12. What does a good background look like?
00:00
13. What do problem backgrounds look like?
00:30
14. What do problem backgrounds look like?
00:00
15. What do problem backgrounds look like?
00:00
16. After the background measurement
00:00
17. After the background measurement
00:00
18. After the background measurement
00:54
19. How much sample should I add?
01:13
20. Untitled
01:32
21. How much sample to add: multiple scattering
00:40
22. Target obscuration ranges: Wet measurements
00:33
23. Target obscuration ranges: Dry measurements
01:22
24. Why do I see unexpected modes in my results?
02:01
25. Unexpected large particles: Beam steering
00:42
26. Unexpected large particles: Beam steering
00:05
27. Why do I see unexpected modes in my result?
01:10
28. What causes high residuals?
01:25
29. How do I analyse mixed materials?
01:49
30. Analysing mixed materials
00:16
31. Problems with interpreting results
01:08
32. Massive D10 change, nigh identical result
01:03
33. Hydro Sight has been developed to help users optimise and troubleshoot their methods
00:25
34. Hydro Sight collects images of liquid sample dispersions in-line with the Mastersizer 3000
00:39
35. Hydro Sight aids method development by providing sample images which show the state of dispersion
00:15
36. Its software interprets sample images and reports a series of parameters to aid dispersion monitoring
01:34
37. The software can also be configured to automatically detect sample anomalies
00:20
38. Overview
00:47
39. Questions?
01:45
40. Contact Information
03:25