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Suspensionology: Practical Suspension Formulation

Note: this workshop has already taken place but please let us know at info@iformulate.biz if you are interested in obtaining the course materials.

18th November 2015

University of Lincoln, UK

Note: This is a new date for the course originally planned for June 2015.

 

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Suspensionology has been developed by iFormulate with the benefit of industry feedback to provide you with the essential practical and theoretical understanding of how suspensions and dispersions can be made, stabilised and characterised.

 

 

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Why Attend?

In a compact one-day interactive training course, you’ll learn:

– The differences between suspensions, emulsions, mixtures and solutions;

– Which ingredients go into making a stable suspension; – The underlying theories of suspension stability;

– How to characterise suspension formulations;

– How to produce suspensions in the lab and in large scale.

 

Outline Course Programme

– The Definition of a Suspension

– Suspension Ingredients

– Theoretical Aspects

– Characterisation Techniques

– Manufacturing Suspensions

– Laboratory Tour

 

Attendees will receive copies of all workshop materials on a USB memory stick. Lunch and refreshments will be provided for attendees.

 

Course Information as Download

 

Venue

Suspensionology will be held at the Joseph Banks Laboratories, University of Lincoln.logo-dark

Lincoln is one of the UK’s most historic cities and its thriving University is rapidly becoming a force in Chemistry and the Life Sciences.

We are delighted to be running this course in association with the School of Chemistry and the Head of Chemistry, Professor Ian Scowen, will be one of our course tutors.

 

Registration

If you have any further queries you please e-mail us at info@iformulate.biz.