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Ideal for efficient particle size analysis – in production and quality control as well as in research and development or for controlling manufacturing processes.
Dynamic Image Analysis is a perfect method if not only the particle size of a material is to be determined, but if you also want to ascertain something about their shape.
Laser diffraction - for quick and reliable determination of the particle size is almost an indispensable method in modern quality control.
The development of below sea level deposits offshore the west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula was influenced by the variation of the continental ice shield and the amount of ice in the ocean, which in turn influence the global climate.
What influence have transparent, translucent, non-translucent and opaque materials as well as opalescence on the particle size?
The visual image of the metal effect varnishes is substantially influenced by the particle diameter of the used additive.
The sieve analysis is due to good reason no ICC- standard method, because it can not be standardized. A better reproducibility is achieved with the Laser Particle Sizer.
Particle sizes of chocolate and chocolate products strongly influence the mouthfeel of the chocolate product — a very small particle size would produce a “smooth” sensation in the mouth.
Procaine is a local anaesthetic - an ester type - which is used in the neural therapy, a type of treatment from the areas of alternative or animal medicine.
The majority of all drugs have to - in order to unfold their full effectiveness - reach the bloodstream. The particle size distribution plays an important part.
Microscopic small glass spheres can be used for a many of applications: in mechanical engineering, in micro electronic mechanics, as a material for artistic surface design and more.
Instruments used to measure particle size have now achieved accuracy which was inconceivable years ago. Tolerances are being reduced and the latest versions on the market operate faster and more accurately than their predecessors.