Routine testing of particle size, shape and rheological properties are common practice in many laboratories across the world. In isolation, results from such tests provide valuable information regarding physical properties of different materials such dissolution rate for pharmaceutical products, gloss capabilities of paints, stability of inks in suspension are just a few examples.
However combining and understanding the results from all these tests can be even more useful and assist with product formulation,
problem solving and overall understanding and control of a material.
The one day seminar will provide a basic and practical overview of Particle size and distribution, shape, rheology, dispersion stability and how these various material properties can be linked together and used in conjunction with each other for enhanced product understanding.