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Dean C Ripple, Ph.D.

Physics Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
 Physics National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, United States 
Bioprocess Measurements, Thermometry
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Cavicchi RE, Ripple DC. (2019) Improving Diameter Accuracy for Dynamic Imaging Microscopy for Different Particle Types. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Cavicchi RE, King J, Ripple DC. (2018) Measurement of Average Aggregate Density by Sedimentation and Brownian Motion Analysis. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Ripple DC, Hu Z. (2015) Correcting the Relative Bias of Light Obscuration and Flow Imaging Particle Counters. Pharmaceutical Research
Galyean AA, Vreeland WN, Filliben JJ, et al. (2015) Using light scattering to evaluate the separation of polydisperse nanoparticles. Analytica Chimica Acta. 886: 207-13
Cavicchi RE, Carrier MJ, Cohen JB, et al. (2015) Particle shape effects on subvisible particle sizing measurements. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 104: 971-87
Ripple DC, Montgomery CB, Hu Z. (2015) An interlaboratory comparison of sizing and counting of subvisible particles mimicking protein aggregates. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 104: 666-77
Hu Z, Ripple DC. (2014) The Use of Index-Matched Beads in Optical Particle Counters. Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology. 119: 674-82
Ripple DC, Murdock WE, Strouse GF, et al. (2013) Room temperature acoustic transducers for high-temperature thermometry Aip Conference Proceedings. 1552: 44-49
Meyer CW, Miller WW, Ripple DC, et al. (2012) Uncertainty budget for the NIST hybrid humidity generator International Journal of Thermophysics. 33: 1488-1499
Vega-Maza D, Miller WW, Ripple DC, et al. (2012) A humidity generator for temperatures up to 200 C and pressures up to 1.6 MPa International Journal of Thermophysics. 33: 1477-1487
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