In February, we’ll have several webinars and our laser diffraction masterclass will restart follow by the second part of the Mastersizer 3000 upgrade.  We’ll follow later in the month by a new Focus on Pharma series. Pick and choose!

Don’t forget, your registration will provide you with an automated email that contains the link to the recorded presentation.

February

11th – Laser Diffraction Masterclass: Why do you need material optical properties?

Anyone that performs laser diffraction measurements and anyone that trains colleagues to perform measurements by means of laser diffraction should attend this webinar presented by Alan Rawle. You’ll gain a better understanding of the basics and basis for laser diffraction measurements and analysis

13th – Time to Upgrade Your Particle Sizing 2: Mastersizer 2000 to 3000 Case Studies

Following on from part 1 more time will be spent on case studies comparing the Mastersizer 2000 and Mastersizer 3000 so the customer can understand the process in detail. Steve Ward-Smith has spent a lot of time helping clients in this area so they can outline when things go well and when things are more challenging.

20th – Focus on Pharma – XRD Masterclass 1 – Characterization of Amorphous API 

Join this webinar presented by Natalia Dadivanyan if you want to learn about advanced applications of an XRPD system that are important for the characterization of amorphous materials and understand how these methods can be applied within pharmaceutical development

27th – Focus on Polymers – Characterization of Inks with GPC

In this webinar, Stefan Cairns will explore the role polymers play in the ink formulations. For a deeper understanding of this component, we will understand its parameters, how they influence the ink performance and how to characterize these components by gel permeation chromatography (GPC).

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

Previously:

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