The goal of a particle analysis is to understand the properties of a material, whether it is the size distribution of particles that are manufactured today or the size distribution of particles in the truck that just arrived. Naturally, a particle analyzer only encounters a tiny fraction of that material, the sample.
In addition, particles can be bound together to form agglomerates that do not represent the underlying materials. The instrument will then measure the agglomerates, not its constituent particles. In this webinar, Jeff discusses how to improve data quality by obtaining a representative sample and effectively disperse the sample to remove or prevent agglomerates.
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