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Beyond Turbidity: Selecting Appropriate Technology for in Situ Monitoring and Control of Complex Particle and Droplet Systems
Date:3/10/2010

METTLER TOLEDO recently released the technical review, Advancing Beyond Turbidity: Selecting Appropriate Technology for In Situ Monitoring and Control of Complex Particle and Droplet Systems, which discusses how to characterize particle and droplet size, shape, and count while measuring in situ and in real time.

(PRWEB) March 10, 2010 -- When is turbidity not enough? For particle and droplet systems, where particle size, shape and concentration are changing simultaneously, there are significant advantages to using more advanced inline technology to fully understand and control how the particle system evolves over time.

The Advancing Beyond Turbidity: Selecting Appropriate Technology for In Situ Monitoring and Control of Complex Particle and Droplet Systems Technical Review discusses how to characterize particle and droplet size, shape, and count while measuring in situ and in real time. The article focuses on various applications including crystallization (grow bigger crystals), suspension flocculation (improve solid-liquid separation and filtration), emulsions (ensure droplet distribution stability) and fermentation processes (track cell count and dimension for batch repeatability).

METTLER TOLEDO FBRM® (Focused Beam Reflectance Measurement) and METTLER TOLEDO PVM® (Particle Video Microscopy) are tools which provide the ability to measure particle dimension, shape, and number while measuring inline with no sampling necessary. In situ particle measurement tools allow scientists and engineers to optimize, troubleshoot,
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