December 2016 saw the publication of the long awaited international standard (ISO19430) particle size analysis- particle tracking analysis (PTA) method which describes the evaluation of the number based particle size distribution in liquid dispersions (solid, liquid or gaseous particles suspended in liquids) using the particle tracking analysis method for diffusion velocity measurements.
This webinar will introduce the standard, including suggested measurement procedures for minimal acceptable data quality, and how Malvern’s NanoSight NTA meets these requirements.
More information Why attend?
Understand what the ISO standard for Particle Tracking Analysis means for nanoparticle measurements.
Who should attend?
Anyone using Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA), especially in a regulated environment, from lab scientists, PhD students to supervisors and anyone interpreting or reviewing data from a Particle Tracking Analysis (PTA) instrument.
What will you learn?
What data should be collected to meet the standard to ensure good data quality.
How users should set up experiments to ensure they meet the standard and what functions and features in NanoSight NTA enable the user to easily meet the requirement.
The live webinar will show how to solve a crystal structure from powder data using the Empyrean diffractometer and the HighScore software suite . We will discuss the requirements for solving a crystal structure from powder data and we will show recent examples of some vanadates among which a new larnite/belite structure . Furthermore, as phase transitions may appear as function of temperature, the best practice for high-temperature measurements will be presented.
The webinar targets researchers interested to learn how to solve a structure from powder X–ray data and in particular using PANalytical’s HighScore suite. Additionally, people interested in the larnite and belite structures could learn how the chemistry stabilizing this structure type can be extended to open avenues for a better understanding of the crystal chemistry of this important crystal type in the cement industry and in mineralogy.
This webinar will include a live question and answer session for our attendees.
If this time does not work for you, register anyway. You will receive an email with the link to the recording shortly after February 9, 2017.
Türkiye Halk Sağlığı Kurumu, Karadeniz Teknik Üniversitesi, İstanbul Üniversitesi ve Erciyes Üniversitesi işbirliğinde 2. ULUSLARARASI SU VE SAĞLIK KONGRESİ 13 – 17 Şubat 2017 tarihlerinde Antalya Rixos Sungate Hotel’de düzenlenecektir.
Kongre, ilkinde olduğu gibi “suya dair her şey” temasını ilke olarak benimsemiştir. Bu kapsamda; içme kullanma suları, ambalajlı sular (doğal kaynak suları, içme suları ve mineralli sular), yüzme suları, yüzme havuzları, kaplıcalar, tarımsal amaçlı su kullanımı, atık sular, su ürünleri, su kirliliği, su kalitesinin izlenmesi ve laboratuvarlar ile suyun yönetimi gibi konular; farklı boyutları ve güncel gelişmeler ışığında ele alınacaktır.
Temaya uygun olarak katılımcı hedef kitlesi de, bilimsel ve hizmetsel anlamda su ile ilgilenen herkesten oluşmaktadır. Başta sağlık ve tıp, su ürünleri, çevre mühendisliği, kimya, biyoloji, hidroklimatoloji ve ziraat alanlarında çalışanlar olmak üzere tüm akademisyenler, belediyeler, il özel idareleri, ambalajlı su üreticileri ve sanayicileri, su ürünleri üretici ve satıcıları, yüzme havuzu ve kaplıca işletmecileri, su dezenfeksiyon ürünlerini üreten ve satanlar, su kalitesi izlemesini yapanların beklendiği kongre de biz de yerimizi aldık.
Uzman satış mühendislerimiz ve cihazlarımızla 13 numaralı standda sizi bekliyoruz.
The pair distribution function (PDF) provides the probability of finding atoms separated by a certain distance; useful information about the short- and long-range ordering of the atoms in the materials can be extracted from the analysis of the PDF. Because atomic periodicity is not a requirement for the analysis, the PDF method is best suited for the analysis of amorphous and nanomaterials, but also for disordered crystalline materials.
The main requirement of this type of analysis is the collection of data till a high scattering vector Q (= 4πsinθ/λ), achieved by the use of very short X-ray wavelengths.
In this webinar we will show how the PDF calculation has now been implemented in the latest version of our HighScore software suite, from the initial data treatment of the total scattering data to the necessary corrections, normalization and the final generation of the PDF.
If this time does not work for you, register anyway. You will receive an email with the link to the recording shortly after February 16, 2017.
Understanding the basic principles of any analytical technique is vital in providing the fundamental building blocks on which to expand one’s knowledge. Within particle size analysis one short document has proven very popular over the years – “The Basic Principles of Particle Size Analysis”. This has been Malvern Instruments’ most popular document in both digital and paper formats. It was first written in 1993 (based on an earlier conference submission) and has been revised on a couple of occasions.
This webinar will be based on that Basics document and will be presented by the author of that document – Dr Alan Rawle. In line with that document the webinar will introduce you to the basics of particle sizing including:
• International standards
• Math – what the important numbers on the analysis report mean
• Outline of the main techniques (sieves, sedimentation, electrical sensing zone)
• Other techniques (SAXS, NTA, RMM)
• Overview of light scattering techniques – in particular, Dynamic light scattering (DLS) and Laser diffraction
More information Who should attend?
Anyone who measures particle size, independent of the approach used, who would like a basic overview of the principles relating to its measurement and reporting.
What will you learn?
The webinar will introduce you to the basics of particle sizing including terminology, standards, calculations and measurement techniques.
On February 21st, 2017, we are excited to unveil a revolution in protein stability characterization for the regulated environment – the new MicroCal PEAQ-DSC.
MicroCal Differential Scanning Calorimetry systems, the gold standard for biomolecular stability and biocomparability assessment, are now faster and easier-to-use, but also more accurate, sensitive and reliable than ever before. And for the first time, brand new PEAQ-Compliance software means that MicroCal PEAQ-DSC systems are 21 CFR Part 11- and Annex 11-ready.
Get ready for speed. Get ready for performance. Get ready for precision. Get ready for confidence.
Join MicroCal’s Head of Business Development, Dr. Ronan O’Brien, for the live launch webinar, and be among the first to find out what’s unfolding…
Capillary flow porometry provides a fast, accurate way to measure the properties of a material that relate to its filtration and permeability characteristics. The technique is based on a well-known physical phenomenon, the Washburn equation, but involves a number of measurement variables that will affect the final result. In order to best apply this technique, and quickly predict the material’s ultimate performance, the assumptions about these variables must be chosen appropriately. This presentation will introduce these variables to you and provide you with some initial guidance regarding how best to apply the technique to the materials with which you work.
This webinar will discuss the process and benefits of implementing Total Organic Carbon (TOC) in place of HPLC for cleaning validation through the demonstration of feasibility, method validation, and transfer from the laboratory to the manufacturing floor.
We will review a feasibility study which involved the selection of multiple difficult to oxidize or low solubility organic compounds. The data include recovery testing on TOC instrumentation, as well as physical recovery of each compound from stainless steel coupons using swab sampling.
Participants will come away with a roadmap for the conversion from existing HPLC methods to TOC methods and the method transfer of the analysis from the lab to the manufacturing floor. This will include guidance on conversion of cleaning validation limits and the cost benefits that can be realized.
In this webinar you will learn about:
Optimization of TOC recovery for difficult to oxidize or solubilize compounds
Method development strategies for TOC
Grouping strategies for method validation
Conversion of cleaning validation limits
Assessment of return on investment
Benefits of at-line and online sampling
Who should attend:
QA and QC personnel
Pharmaceutical Operations personnel
The efficiency of powder bed additive manufacturing processes and the quality of finished components is largely dependent on the flow behavior and packing density of the metal powders used. Particle size and shape directly influence these properties and hence are important quality parameters for assessing and grading powders for use in the process.
In this webinar Dr Paul Kippax will discuss the importance of particle size and shape in terms of packing behavior and processing and how these parameters can be measured using Laser Diffraction and Morphological Imaging respectively.
More information Who should attend?
Anyone working with metal powders, particularly for additive manufacturing, who would like to understand how powder characteristics such as size and shape influence packing behavior and processability.
What will you learn?
In this webinar we will show why powder characteristics are so critical for additive manufacturing and how these characteristics can be measured and controlled to achieve optimum packing and processability.