Scientific equipment manufacturing company Anton Paar has donated a powder rheometer to Purdue University researcher Kingsly Ambrose as part of a collaboration to investigate the flow characteristics of fine powders such as cornstarch.
Ambrose, an assistant professor in agricultural and biological engineering at Purdue, researches how the size, shape and surface chemistry of particles affects the ways they flow or bind together. This information can help food and feed manufacturers de
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