Imaging Masterclass 3: Static vs. Dynamic Image Analysis

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00:00:00 Imaging Masterclass 3: Static vs. Dynamic Image Analysis
00:00:59 Imaging Masterclass 3: Static or DynamicWhich Instrument should I use?
00:01:30 Overview
00:02:00 What is morphological imaging?
00:02:41 What are static and dynamic imaging?
00:03:13 Static imaging?
00:04:20 Static imaging
00:04:52 Static imaging
00:05:22 Dynamic imaging
00:06:12 Dynamic imaging
00:06:41 Static and dynamic imaging : Key points
00:08:22 Dynamic or static - Which should I use?
00:09:25 Dynamic or static - Which should I use?
00:10:32 Dynamic or static - Which should I use?
00:11:26 Static and dynamic imaging application case studies
00:11:36 Oversized API detection in inhaled drug suspension
00:13:05 PSD of API particles in nasal spray
00:15:03 Better understanding of product behaviour - process slurry
00:16:33 Production control – SiC used to cut silicon wafers by wire saw cutters
00:18:24 Trouble shooting – understanding different tablet dissolution behaviour between 2 batches with same PSD
00:19:34 More detailed particle investigation
00:21:11 Detection of Foreign Particulates
00:22:09 Method validation of wet dispersion for laser diffraction
00:23:26 Method validation of ESZ size analysis of silica particles used in HPLC chromatography columns
00:24:44 Summary
00:25:39 Summary
00:26:21 Contact Information

Why attend?

The instrumentation used to characterize particles by imaging techniques can be broadly categorized into either static or dynamic based systems. Find out about morphological imaging and whether static or dynamic imaging is best for your application.

What will you learn?

  • The basic principles of morphological imaging
  • The differences between static and dynamic imaging
  • Which applications are best suited to static or dynamic imaging?

Who should attend?

Anyone who is interested in using image analysis techniques and is not sure whether static or dynamic is best for their applications.