Setting meaningful and realistic specifications for a product’s material attributes is crucial in ensuring that the product behaves and performs as required. Within this, the particle size and particle size distribution of the ingredients and excipients present within a product’s formulation are often considered important. Why is this the case, and how do we know whether a particle size analysis method is appropriate or if it could be improved or optimized?
In this webinar, we will take a deep dive into the application of laser diffraction particle size analysis using the Mastersizer 3000, across numerous applications. We’ll investigate the process of developing and optimizing both wet and dry dispersion methods and validating these methods, or alternatively ensuring that methods are successfully transferred between instruments/platforms or locations. We will also take a close look at the bespoke contract services and support offered by Concept Life Sciences – either for one-off particle size analysis or for the development/transfer and validation of particle sizing methods – backed by the technological might of Malvern Panalytical.
Steve Ward Smith - Segment Marketing Manager - Malvern Panalytical
Mark Walters - Product Manager - Micromaterials - Malvern Panalytical
Paul Senior - Technical Leader Physical Characterization - Malvern Panalytical
- - Who should attend?
Current and future Mastersizer 3000 customers. Users of Mastersizer 2000 and other laser diffraction systems looking to transfer to a new particle size analysis platform.
- What will you learn?
How to optimize wet and dry dispersion method development and validation
Best practice for instrument-to instrument and site-to-site method transfer
Awareness of Concept Life Sciences’ method development/transfer and optimization capabilities