Tag Archives: wet dispersion

Published 25 Jul 2019

Particle Sizing for Pharmaceutical Drug Development

You’ve got a splitting headache, so you reach into the medicine cabinet to grab a couple of paracetamols.  Or maybe you’re suffering from heartburn, so turn to a well-known indigestion liquid.  Or perhaps a cold is your ailment, so you…READ MORE >

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Published 22 Nov 2011

Changing from Dry to Wet………

Looking out of the window, you could be forgiven for thinking I’m talking about the changeable autumn weather we’re experiencing at the moment. In fact, as you can see from the video below, changing the measurement cell to allow you…READ MORE >

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Published 21 Jan 2011

Keeping you in suspense!

Wet dispersion is the most widely used technique to separate sample particles ready for laser diffraction and while it is not overly complicated, it does require some thought. The unsettling facts…(ha ha) Unlike colloids, suspensions will eventually settle. If you…READ MORE >

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Published 15 Dec 2010

“Particle size analysis is not an objective in itself……

……but is a means to an end, the end being the correlation of powder properties with some process of manufacture, usage, or preparation.” Not a quote of mine unfortunately, but one of my favourites from the estimable Professor Harold Heywood,…READ MORE >

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