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In addition to physical characteristics such as particle size and shape, the chemical identity of particulates can be important for a number of applications such as;
Malvern Instruments have developed advanced instrumentation for the chemical identification of particulate samples combining the high resolution size and shape information from automated imaging with the high chemical specificity of Raman spectroscopy.
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This presentation explores the relevance of soil analysis in forensic science. It presents the use of Morphologically-Directed Raman Spectroscopy (MDRS) and its potential to be a valuable tool for forensic soil analysis due to its non-destructive, au...
Product quality and safety concerns have driven the enumeration of particulate species in injectable products. Guidelines, such as USP<787>, <788>, and <790>, describe methods for collecting accurate particle count and size data in...
This application note describes the combined use of static optical microscopy and Raman spectroscopy in the Morphologi G3-ID to assess the various morphological classes of carbon for use in lithium-ion battery manufacture. High levels of crystallini...
The combination of static microscopy and Raman spectroscopy in the Morphologi G3-ID enables automated chemical identification of protein aggregates and other contaminants in a biotherapeutic sample, either in suspension via a thin-path wet cell or on...
Polymorphic conversions are an ongoing problem in the pharmaceutical industry. Here we describe the use of Morphologically-Directed Raman Spectroscopy to distinguish and quantify particles of different polymorphic types of acetaminophen (paracetamol...
(Webinar - Recorded)
The Morphologi G3-ID has proven straightforward and easy to use and we’ve already been successful in expanding our application of it into areas beyond construction materials.
Dr Ameneh Schneider
Association of the Austrian Cement Industry
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