Advanced Liquid Characterization Methods Critical for Research, New Product Development, and Quality Control

June 19, 2024
10:00 a.m. PDT, 1:00 p.m. EDT, 18:00 BST, 19:00 CEST - Duration: 60 Minutes


Understanding both fundamentals of and new developments in physical property measurements is critical for research, development, and quality control. This webinar, presented by Anton Paar USA Application Scientist, Dr. Afzal Hossain, gets back to the fundamentals, describing the basics of physical property measurements including technologies such as density, sound velocity, refractive index, flash point, viscosity, and more.

Additionally, novel innovations for analyzing liquids will be described including, Pulse Excitation Technology, how to achieving 6-digit accuracy, the value of Filling Check technology, U-View visualization capabilities, and enhancing synergies through combined measuring technologies.

 Key Learning Objectives:
  • Best practices for incorporating comprehensive measurements of liquids are incorporated into modern R&D programs.
  • Innovations that have made these measurements faster and more reliable than ever.
  • Complementary physical property measurements that can easily be combined for higher impact research.
  • Best practices for effective instrument utilization in a variety of lab settings.
Who Should Attend:
  • Professors, faculty, and students seeking to stay abreast of the latest liquid characterization techniques
  • Professionals dedicated to maintaining stringent quality control standards for liquids
  • Lab managers eager to explore the latest, most innovative tools for liquid measurement and optimization

Brought to you by:
Anton Paar


Dr. Afzal Hossain
Application Scientist,
Anton Paar
Jesse Harris
Senior Editor,
C&EN Media Group


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