Tag Archives: Laser diffraction


Published 4 Aug 2015

Is one number ever good enough?

Regular readers of this blog will know that one of the most important pieces of advice we provide with respect to setting product specifications or developing new methods is that one number is never enough. For example, a single measurement…READ MORE >

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Published 16 Jun 2015

A to Z of Industrial Applications – B is for…

Batteries, and the chargers for them, are everywhere. They are available in a wide range of specifications using a variety of chemistries. The characteristics of the battery are determined by the particle size of the electrolyte powder, or slurry, and…READ MORE >

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Published 28 May 2015

How do you measure the particle size of a volcanic ash cloud?

I was stuck in traffic on the M8 travelling between Edinburgh and Glasgow when a news item really pricked my ears up. Scientists from Edinburgh University’s school of GeoSciences have been investigating better ways of measuring the extent of ash…READ MORE >

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Published 14 May 2015

A to Z of Industrial Applications – A is for…

In this series of blogs I, and some of my colleagues, would like to share some of our experience in particle sizing for industrial applications. I thought we’d do this by going through an A to Z of industrial applications…READ MORE >

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Published 8 Apr 2015

Fluidized bed coating

Fluidized Bed Coating Improving the fluidized bed coating process with PAT & AI Leia este blog no Português On the morning of February 25, 2015, a doctoral defense was performed by Carlos Alexandre Moreira da Silva, Master in Chemical Engineering from…READ MORE >

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