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Why is 50% the Limit for Particle Counting Efficiency Sizing Thresholds?

Particle counting efficiency is crucial in particle measurement, especially when using optical particle counters. This term denotes the likelihood of precisely detecting and enumerating particles within a specified size spectrum. In this context, the term “counting efficiency” represents the ability of the particle counter to quantify particles of a given size accurately. It measures the instrument’s performance, indicating how effectively it can detect and count particles of various sizes.

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