3P instruments have produced an in-house journal “Particles World” with articles on new instruments, techniques, and applications. Particulate Sensors as 3P Instruments partner in the UK and Ireland is pleased to be able to be involved in the dissemination of the informative publication.
Here you can find past issues
Particle World 21
Determination of particulate properties
Investigation of different sands with the Bettersizer S3 Plus regarding their suitability for concrete production
Nanomaterial identification in accordance with EU definition (2011/696/EU)
Complete characterization of formulations in 4 steps – an overview
The acoustic spectrometer DT-1210 for particle size and zeta potential measurements of very small amounts of concentrated dispersions
Application of substance data for sorption analyses for adsorptives at various temperatures
Studies on adsorptive CO₂ removal from nitrogen in variable humidity
Highly selective materials for the solid phase extraction of precious metals from process and recycling water
A new twist on chemisorption: Combining detectors for maximizing insight into catalysts
Particle World 20
Particle size analysis the Bettersizer S3 Plus for . From Gustav Mie to the latest generation of laser diffraction devices
Fast determination of stability and packing in inkjet inks. Examination of different pigments
Full characterization of rechargeable batteries
Precise analysis of the viscosity of electrolyte solutions
The 3P surface DX for production and quality control of BET surface areas
The brand new 3P sync series
Multi-station measurements at an optimal price/performance ratio
The new mixSorb S series:
A perfect tool to investigate mixed gas / mixed vapor adsorption on a laboratory scal
Particle World 19
“The next generation” in particle measurement: the combination of static light scattering and dynamic image analysis with the Bettersizer S3 Plus
Macroscopic powder characterization: fully automated analysis of physical powder properties
Particle size and shape measurement of granulates, dry powders and dispersions using dynamic image analysis
Heat resistance of lipid based ointments
Why use a microfluidic rheometer?
Characterization of liquids, dispersions, emulsions, and porous materials using ultrasound
From the idea to the technology behind the separation process: mixSorb L is gearing up!
Why do we measure surfaces and pores with Argon and Krypton gas adsorption much more often in future?