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How to Measure Powder Uniformity

Powder uniformity tends to refer to what is known as content uniformity, which is essentially a measure of consistency throughout a bulk powder.

Powder Characterization: The Importance of Segregation Mechanisms

In this blog post, Particulate Systems explores powder characterization of segregation mechanisms in more detail.

Materials Characterization with Dynamic Imaging Analysis

Materials Characterization with Dynamic Imaging Analysis Materials characterization is an extremely broad field of research concerned with both the macro- and microstructural properties of materials. Material characterization is an essential process in virtually all areas of engineering and materials science, and it is fundamental in satisfying trends in modern product development and manufacturing. Particle analysis […]

Iron Measurements with Magnetic Analyzers

Iron Measurements with Magnetic Analyzers Detecting and measuring extremely low levels of metallic iron (Fe) compounds in goods is a critical quality assurance and control process in a range of markets. Its importance stems from the fact that iron is both an essential nutrient for supporting life and one of the primary elements used in […]

SEM: What is Desktop Scanning Electron Microscopy?

Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) is an innovative technique used to evaluate the surface topography and chemistry of samples with exceptional resolution.