Incorrect assumptions lead to incorrect calculations

When it comes to analyzing complex solid-liquid and liquid-liquid formulations, traditional particle sizing methods assume that all particles are spherical and smooth – but this is rarely the case in most industrial materials. Another assumption is that particles are always uniform and homogeneous – which is also not always true. Due to these faulty assumptions, the measured particle size – and thus also the calculated surface value – can be misleading, which can lead to consequential errors during subsequent application and use.