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Top tips for avoiding particle sizing failures with your laser diffraction method

Published 22 May 2017 | By Malvern Panalytical

Particle size defines the performance of a wide range of different products, including cement, paints, inks, metal powders, cosmetics, foods and drinks. Measuring relevant particle size data is therefore essential in many industries, with laser diffraction usually the technique of choice. Fast, highly automated and suitable for measurement across a broad size range, 0.01 to 3500 microns, modern laser diffraction systems have reduced particle sizing to a matter of sample loading and push button operation, providing that a suitable method is in place.

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Top tips for avoiding particle sizing failures with your laser diffraction method