ASD, Ground truthing, Malvern Panalytical Events, Near-InfraRed spectroscopy (NIR), Remote sensing »

[4 Jul 2018 | ]
Malvern Panalytical’s ASD August Training Course Offerings

ASD, a Malvern Panalytical brand has two upcoming training offerings in August that we would like to make you aware of and invite you to enroll in.
ASD Remote Sensing Training (August 16-17, 2018) 
Comprehensive training for one and one-half days (12 hours) in Longmont, Colorado (USA) at ASD, a Malvern Panalytical brand’s office.

Price includes group use of an ASD demo spectrometer, but attendees are encouraged to bring their own instrument if desired.

What You Will Learn:

ASD instrument design and characteristics
ASD instrument setup and use of accessory equipment
Use of RS3™ and ViewSpec™ Pro software …

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Customer experience, Dynamic Light Scattering, Malvern Panalytical Events, Meet the Experts, Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis, Nanosight, Particle concentration, Zeta potential, Zetasizer »

[3 Jul 2018 | ]
Malvern Panalytical Webinars

Malvern Panalytical Webinars

Last chance to register for the live launch of the new Empyrean on July 11th
We’re ready to unveil a revolution in the world of X-ray diffraction: we proudly present our new 3rd generation Empyrean diffractometer, introducing the newly developed MultiCore Optics.
Here is the list of what’s coming up in the coming weeks. You can register for free to all our webinars and you will automatically receive the On Demand version if you can’t finally attend the live event directly in your inbox!
17th –  Applications of light scattering and intrinsic …

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Dynamic Light Scattering, Particle size, Tech Talk, Zeta potential, Zetasizer »

[28 Jun 2018 | ]
What causes the most headaches for a particle characterization scientist?

What causes the most headaches for a particle characterization scientist?
There are many answers to this question, but one of the most obvious is dust or contaminants! As someone who regularly uses Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) to measure particle size, the possibility of there being dust or contaminants in my sample is one of the things I always bear in mind.
The way I prepare my sample, the way I store my sample before measurement, remembering to put the measurement cap on the cuvette, but only after I’ve cleaned it using an …

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ASD, Customer experience, Ground truthing, Near-InfraRed spectroscopy (NIR), Remote sensing »

[27 Jun 2018 | ]
Contest Alert! Malvern Panalytical wants your pictures of ASD instruments in action!

Are you the owner and end user of a Malvern Panalytical ASD spectrometer or spectroradiometer?
If so, you are already a winner! 🙂

You are invited to share with us as we would love to see how you are using the ASD instrument!

Send us a picture of yourself actively using an ASD FieldSpec, TerraSpec, QualitySpec, or LabSpec instrument out in the field or in the lab.
Tell us about your application use and research that you are conducting (i.e. crop and soil analysis, ground truthing, mineral exploration, natural ecosystem studies, leaf chemistry, snow and …

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