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We have a light program this month but four very interesting webinars on soil analysis and inks… Register now and we will email a link to the on-demand version later!

July

17th – Soil Analysis Spectral Data Processing with the ASD FieldSpec

In this webinar Preston Sorenson, the founder of Maapera will focus processing spectral data for soil analysis utilizing the Malvern Panalytical ASD FieldSpec® 4 Hi-Res: High Resolution spectroradiometer.

18th – Demo at your desk – Rotational Rheometry with Kinexus

Dr. Shona Marsh will demonstrate the Kinexus rheometer and will explore the revolutionary Kinexus software, rSpace, with its unique sequence driven approach, bringing SOP (standard operating procedure) measurements to a rheometer for the first time.

25th – New Advances in Rheometry – Controlled Stress Parallel Superposition for Screen Printing Applications

Dr Alex Holder will discuss the application of an advanced rheometric technique known as Controlled Stress Parallel Superposition (CSPS) to model screen printing inks and gelling materials. The webinar targets those interested in understanding the rheological properties of materials with shear sensitive microstructures. Special attention will be given to gelling materials and screen-printing functional inks.

30th – Focus on Pharma – Elemental Analysis: Simplify your workflow

Lieven Kempenaers will consider the requirements for elemental analysis for pharmaceutical intermediates and final dosage forms and how X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) offers a simple, robust alternative to existing methods such as ICP-OES, ICP-MS and AAS. This will be the first webinar of a new series.

The second seminar in the series will consider how an appropriate method for XRF elemental analysis can be developed, including a live demonstration of the use of the technique.

Stay tuned to this blog, as more webinar information and Q&A transcripts are ever on the way!

Here is the full list of the latest Malvern Panalytical webinars that have been presented.

Demo at your desk:

Laser Diffraction Masterclasses:

  1. Back to basics
  2. Method development: a view from the lab
  3. Configuring the Optical Model for your Material
  4. Successful method transfer
  5. Getting the most from your MS3000: advanced software features

Earlier this year:

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