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Setting the Standard - The Development of Particle Size Reference Standards

Jul 05 2006

Author: Dr Graham Rideal, Whitehouse Scientific on behalf of Whitehouse Scientific Ltd

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In today?s world of high precision, automated particle size analysis, it is still quite surprising that the quality of the data is often evaluated by the quality of the presentation. In other words, a high resolution colour print-out can be more believable that a hand drawn graph. One of the first fully automated particle size analyser was the Coulter Counter, which rose to prominence in the 1950?s, hitherto, results from techniques such as microscopy, sieving and sedimentation all had to be plotted by hand.

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