Characterization
Sessions G1 & G2

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Session G1 (Sunday, 1400-1715)  Salon 17
Session Chair: D. Craig

1400 -  38. D. Driscoll; Assessment of large-diameter outlier droplets/globules during coalescence of an intravenous lipid emulsion using light scattering and extinction single-particle optical sensing (SPOS) techniques
1430 -  39. D. Nicoli;  Assessment of large-diameter outlier particles/droplets in mostly-submicron emulsions and suspensions using novel single-particle optical sensing (SPOS) techniques
1500 -  40. H. Kamiya; Surface interaction analysis between fine particles by using colloidal probe AFM
1515 - Break
1530 -  41. M. Bumiller; Method optimization and validation for particle size analysis using laser diffraction
1600 -  42. C.K. Chan; Measurements of hygroscopic properties using single particle levitation
1630 -  43. T. Fields; Aerodynamic time-of-flight sizing for the pharmaceutical industry
1700 - End of Session

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Session G2 (Monday, 1400-1715)  Salon 17
Session Chair: D. Driscoll

1400 - 108. L. Garcia-Rubio; Characterization of bioparticles
1430 - 109. D. Craig; Novel thermal methods for the characterization of particulate delivery systems
1500 - 110. G. Pence; High molecular weight resolution by the GEMMA method
1515 - Break
1530 - 111. P. Bru;Concentrated emulsion and dispersion characterization: Application to formulation and quality control
1600 - 112. M.E. Hansen; Characterization power of field flow fractionation for particulate samples
1630 - 113. H.H. Baemler; Electrical properties of polyelectrolyte microcapsules (PEMC) and lipid coated PEMC
1700 - 114. E.B. Doyle; Theory, practice, and applications of electrozone sensing technology
1715 - End of Session

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