Is your particle analysis technique fit for purpose?

28 May, 2021 | Newsletters
Is your particle analysis technique fit for purpose?
Worry not about the accuracy of your particle size but rather the proper characterisation techniques for checking CQA.
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In this webinar, we argue that the accuracy of particle size measurement is not a definable characteristic. Instead, you should seek to define the ‘appropriateness’ of a measurement, in line with the critical quality attributes (CQA) of the material being characterised.

Watch this webinar on-demand now to explore: 
•    Why particle size analysis should prioritise appropriateness over accuracy
•    What this means for laser diffraction method development
•    How to implement image-based particle characterisation approaches
•    Strategies for integrating these approaches into your workflow
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