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Pharmaceutical Density Measurement Instruments are used to measure the density of particles and other substances within the pharmaceutical industry. There are two types of measurement: the Archimedes and Volume methods, though there can be other instruments used to measure density.

During the Archimedes method, a powder is placed inside a vessel and weighed. The more

Pharmaceutical Density Measurement Instruments are used to measure the density of particles and other substances within the pharmaceutical industry. There are two types of measurement: the Archimedes and Volume methods, though there can be other instruments used to measure density.

During the Archimedes method, a powder is placed inside a vessel and weighed. The vessel is then filled with a fluid of known density, the powder will not be soluble in this solution. The volume of the powder is determined by the difference between the volume as shown by the vessel and the volume of liquid added.

The Volumetric system involves a gas vessel that can be used to measure the volume of a powder sample. A sample of known mass is connected by a closed valve to a gas reservoir, also of known volume, at a higher pressure than the chamber. After the valve is opened, the final pressure in the system allows the total gas volume.

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