This webinar is the first in a Masterclass series covering everything you want to know about measuring particle size by laser diffraction. We’ll start by introducing some of the basic principles of particle sizing and then look at how the technique of laser diffraction is used to measure particle size. 

To do this we will take a look at the process of making a laser diffraction measurement, how samples are prepared and introduced into the instrument, and what data is recorded. Finally, we’ll look at the results that you get from a laser diffraction measurement and what these can tell you about your product or process.


Future webinars in the Masterclass series will look in more detail at method development, optical models and optical properties, method transfer, advanced software features and troubleshooting.


April 16 2019 - April 16 2019
10:30 - 11:30
(GMT-05:00) Eastern [US & Canada]
Event type:
Webinar - Live
Light Scattering


Anne Virden Ph.D.

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Who should attend?
Anyone who is new to particle sizing or laser diffraction. 
Anyone interested in a refresher of the basics of laser diffraction. 
Anyone who gets the results of laser diffraction measurements and wants to know more about how they were measured. 

Why attend? 

To learn about the basics of particle sizing and laser diffraction. 
To find out how laser diffraction measurements are made. 
To find out what information you can get from a laser diffraction measurement. 

What will you learn?
The basics of Laser diffraction , the technique and data interpretation.