How and Why to Analyze Ceramic Powder Particles

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Packing density, mechanical strength, and processing of ceramics are all affected by the size distribution of the powders. Therefore, particle size analysis is an important quality control step. Due to its wide size range and flexibility, laser diffraction is often the preferred method of analysis. Laser diffraction can be used for particles with sizes from 10’s of nanometers to millimeters.

In this webinar, Dr. Jeff Bodycomb of HORIBA Scientific discusses particle analysis of ceramic particles, including electronic materials and common oxides. He will cover the basic principles of analysis, practical methods for obtaining good data, and example data.

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