Tag Archives: particle size distribution


Published 1 Sep 2020

Determining the particle size distribution of metal powders

Wet and dry dispersion on the Mastersizer 3000 If we look at some of the most interesting and inspiring innovations in modern engineering, Additive Manufacturing (AM), in my opinion, has to be up there with the best. For metallic products,…READ MORE >

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Published 13 Aug 2020

Disinfecting Sprays and Droplet Size

Call me nuts. Early March, I was still living on the road across the country. I knew COVID-19 was there. Having worked in a BSL-2 (Biosafety Level 2) lab for years, I thought I had a good handle over it….READ MORE >

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Published 15 Apr 2020

Droplet sizing of coughs and sneezes

I was recently thinking over the recent guidance on social distancing during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Advice from health professionals and Government advisors suggests a 2-meter distance is required to limit the spread of the Coronavirus, as it is unlikely…READ MORE >

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Published 11 Jul 2018

All you wanted to know about the Morphologi 4 and Morphologi 4-ID – Q&A

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Morphologi 4 and Morphologi 4-ID launch webinar on 14th February, and to everyone who has watched the recording. If you missed it, you can watch it now. Time did not allow us…READ MORE >

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Published 15 May 2018

How to display peaks by size (instead of by area)?

The peaks in your distribution are out of order? We recently received an email about the order of peaks in the Zetasizer software: For data evaluation, is it possible to rearrange the NNLS results by order of particle size populations?”…READ MORE >

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Published 23 Jan 2017

Intensity-Volume-Number: Which size is correct?

Over the years one of the most frequently asked questions stands out in the data analysis of dynamic light scattering results. It is the issue about which size we should report when interpreting DLS results. For this intensity-volume-number conundrum, which…READ MORE >

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Published 21 Jul 2015

The spice is right? Check your particle size!

Variety is the spice of life.  And variety is the constant theme of my webinars.  We’ve looked this year at absinthe (which makes the heart grow fonder) louching, the rheology of cheese and mayo (another cheesy subject), coffee (think of…READ MORE >

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Published 13 Feb 2015

Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder!

This bad pun is the title of my next webinar scheduled for February 18th.  This title has also been used in a short book of poems by Mark Begley (of which I have copy 33/35…). I guess you couldn’t ask…READ MORE >

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Published 10 Feb 2015

The wonder of capturing laser beams in flight

As a confirmed space-geek ever since Halley’s Comet in 1986, lasers, or perhaps I should say laser guns in their various forms, have always been a part of my life. I’m not sure if I first met lasers in Star…READ MORE >

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