Webinar on Estimation of concentration and particle size distribution in colloidal suspensions via spatially and angularly resolved diffuse reflectance measurement - 27th February 2019 at 3pm (UK time)
Optical measurements is a relatively simple and effective way to identify the differences in the products since the differences in the chemical and physical characteristics of pharmaceutical products manifests the differences in their optical (scattering and absorption) properties.
In this project, we have developed a methodology which analyses particle size and distribution using a novel vis-NIR spatially and angularly-resolved diffuse reflectance measurement (SAR-DRM). This method provides a calibration-free approach by incorporating light scattering theory with particle size distribution function. Particles size distribution contributes to the SAR-DRM spectra, and its effect can be distinguished by simultaneously analysing the SAR-DRM spectra from multiple source-to-detector distances. The webinar will highlight the methodology details, up-to-date results from the method and the potential for future work.
The webinar will be presented by Daria Stoliarskaia, University of Strathclyde and should take no longer than one hour.
If you wish to register please contact Christine Stevenson on firstname.lastname@example.org