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The Morphologi G3-ID provides a unique capability, combining automated static imaging features of the Morphologi G3 with chemical identification of individual particles using Raman spectroscopy to enable the measurement of component specific particle size and particle shape distributions.
This fully automated instrument is designed to allow both particle characterization scientists with limited spectroscopy experience and more experienced spectroscopists to get an in-depth understanding of their particulate samples. Key features:
The Morphologi G3-ID is ideally suited to solving complex particle characterization problems where component-specific particle size and shape distributions are required. This includes measurement of components within powder blends and suspensions, along with the identification of contaminant or suspicious particles within product formulations.
The measurement workflow can be divided into three distinct steps, each of which can be automated:
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