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The launch of the Mastersizer 2000 laser diffraction particle size analyzer in 1998 delivered advances in measurement automation (SOPs) and sample dispersion control which helped to move laser diffraction from being a research technique t...
The development of generic dry powder inhaler products represents a significant challenge to product developers due to the complex interactions which occur between the formulation, device and patient during drug delivery. Regulatory guidance ...
Selecting the appropriate optical properties for particle size distribution measurement by laser diffraction can appear to be a difficult task, especially when characterizing unknown or mixed materials. In this webinar, we describe the av...
Determination of the optical properties of organic compounds is important when carrying out laser diffraction particle size measurements. However, many users struggle to obtain realistic values. In this presentation, we present methods for me...
This webinar presented by Dr. Anne Virden, covers method development for samples measured in dry dispersion.
Dry dispersion offers the advantage of measuring larger sample masses much more quickly as well as different dis...
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