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Pharmaceutical Powder X-ray Diffraction Symposium

23 May 2016  Creating a forum for the exchange of knowledge and cutting-edge ideas among those interested in the combined fields of XRD and pharmaceutical sciences. Sponsored by the International Centre for Diffraction Data. Dr. Detlef Beckers - Lead Scientist at PANalytical Almelo, the Netherlands, is chairing "New Frontiers in XRD for Pharmaceutical R&D" segment. His speaking engagements include the titles "Humidity induced phase transitions in Hewlysozymicrocrystalline powder diffraction" & "X-ray scattering on nano crystalline and amorphous materials". Anasuya Adibhatla - XRD Applications Specialist at PANalytical the Americas, will present "Quantification of multiple amorphous phases". Join us in Florida at the the Sanibel Harbour Marriott and discuss your analytical challenges with our resident experts.

An introduction to the bio-SAXS technique and its application on a versatile laboratory X-ray scattering platform
An introduction to the bio-SAXS technique and its application on a versatile laboratory X-ray scattering platform

08 August 2017  Small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) applied to dilute protein solutions has become an accepted structural biology technique. In situ measurements provide information e.g. about protein size and shape, folding/unfolding, aggregation, stability and molecular weight. In this webinar we will give a basic introduction to the bio-SAXS technique, present Malvern Panalytical's SAXS instrumentaion (Empyrean Nano edition), and demonstrate its performance on a variety of protein samples.

Milk powder mineral content using X-ray fluorescence spectrometry

30 January 2015  Milk powder quality and nutritional value depends significantly on its mineral and salt content. Elemental analytical techniques such as X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (XRF) are valuable in determining the composition of a wide range of organic and inorganic materials which can be analyzed as solids, liquids, loose and pressed powders. In this webinar we present energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) as a rapid, non-destructive tool to quantitatively analyze mineral and salt content including sodium and magnesium in milk powder prepared as pressed powders.