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Particle Sizing: Development and Typical Issues - Soren Lund Kristensen - Recording available

Date From: 16 December 2014
Location: Online
Description: A one-hour webinar organised by the Particle Technology Special Interest Group and presented by Soren Lund Kristensen of Particle Analytical (Denmark). Members of the Particle Technology Special Interest Group can replay a recording of this webinar, free of charge. Visit the group's Resources area and log in with your membership number and PIN / password to access the webinar archive.
Event Type: Webinar
Venue: Online
Organiser: Particle Technology Special Interest Group

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Topic

Particle sizing is a challenging field — how do we obtain good measurements? All equipment performs extremely well, especially when measuring latex standards. Why then do so many discussions arise about particle sizing results? There are many pitfalls and potential issues — for example, a common error is to mistake reproducibility with accuracy. This webinar covers the issues to consider when developing a laser diffraction method, pitfalls to avoid, and ways to optimise a routine measurement.

Presenter

Soren Lund KristensenSøren Lund Kristensen is CEO of Particle Analytical in Denmark, a contract laboratory performing physical characterisation for the pharmaceutical industry. He has been in charge of FDA registration, inspection and development/validation of a great number of methods for various customers. Before founding the company in 2000, he was employed at Lundbeck and Novo in Denmark.

Mr Kristensen participates in research activities and has given a number of lectures about particle characterisation.

Format

A one-hour online session, with Q&A.

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