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What are the differences between different analysis modes?


Three analysis modes, namely general mode, multi-peak mode, and R-R mode, are commonly written in the analysis software for the calculation of the particle size distribution.


General Mode

The general mode is suitable for the analysis of most of the particles, including mono-dispersed and multi-dispersed samples. The general mode is usually set as default in the analysis software.


Multi-peak Mode

Multi-peak mode is used when high resolution for analysis is required. The multi-peak mode is more sensitive to the samples whose particle size distributions are similar.


R-R Mode

The R-R mode is a fixed analysis mode that is only used in some domains, for example, cement manufacturing.





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