|00:04:03||Particles come in many different shapes (as well as sizes)|
|00:05:21||Concept of equivalent spherical diameters|
|00:06:16||Comparing laser diffraction and sieving|
|00:07:33||The shape effect|
|00:08:14||The shape effect|
|00:08:45||The shape effect|
|00:09:52||Comparing laser diffraction and sieving|
|00:09:57||The sieving process|
|00:12:01||Sieving for particle size control|
|00:14:28||Single sieve transfer to Mastersizer 3000|
|00:15:24||Mastersizer 3000 result|
|00:16:11||Using the correlation method|
|00:18:21||Sieving for particle size control|
|00:19:49||Sieving for particle size control|
|00:20:47||Sieve stack transfer to Mastersizer 3000|
|00:21:58||Sieve stack transfer|
|00:22:49||Sieve stack transfer|
|00:24:52||Comparison with extended result|
|00:27:07||Thank you for your attentionAny questions?|
For an experienced sieve user, making the switch to laser diffraction is an attractive option, but the method transfer step can be daunting. In this webinar we will examine the practicalities of moving to laser diffraction from sieving. First, we will discuss the issues involved in the method transfer and why the results from the two techniques are often different. Then I will demonstrate the tools available within the Mastersizer 3000 software to support ex-sieve methods.
Dr Sarennah Longworth-Cook is product technical specialist for laser diffraction based at our UK headquarters. With 12 years’ experience in characterization labs, Sarennah is dedicated to helping our customers make high quality and meaningful measurements.
To understand how to best replicate a sieve analysis method on the Mastersizer 3000 laser diffraction system.
Who should attend?
Sieve users who are considering upgrading to laser diffraction for particle size analysis.
What will you learn?
How to replicate a sieve analysis method on a laser diffraction system and the tools available with the Mastersizer 3000 software to support this.