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Full Description

Determination of size distribution and concentration by single particle counting and size instruments.

Cross References:
BS 2955
BS 3406:Part 1
BS 3406:Part 2
BS 3406:Part 3
BS 3406:Part 4
BS 3406:Part 5
BS 3406:Part 6
BS 5295:Part 1
BS 5540:Part 1
BS 5540:Part 2
BS 5540:Part 3

Replaced by BS ISO 13323-1:2000 but remains current.

All current amendments available at time of purchase are included with the purchase of this document.

Document History

  1. BS ISO 21501-2:2007

    Determination of particle size distribution. Single particle light interaction methods. Light scattering liquid-borne particle counter

    • Most Recent
  2. BS ISO 13323-1:2000

    Determination of particle size distribution. Single-particle light interaction methods. Light interaction considerations

    • Historical Version
  3. BS 3406-7:1988


    Methods for determination of particle size distribution. Recommendations for single particle light interaction methods

    • Historical Version