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The size, shape, and morphology of API and granule particles are important characteristics that can influence dissolution behaviour and drug bioavailability.... (View Full Article)
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The advent of nonwoven nanofibers is enabling the development of a new generation of highly sensitive filters. Surging global demand is creating a compelling need for improved production and quality... (View Full Article)
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Optical microscopes are widely used for routine imaging tasks, are affordable and easy to operate. Unfortunately, they can only resolve to the micron level and have ...... (View Full Article)
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The properties of many engineering materials are mostly governed by a combination of metal composition and the morphology and distribution of key microstructural features.... (View Full Article)
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The properties of many engineering materials are mostly governed by a combination of metal composition and the morphology and distribution of key microstructural features. These features can be... (View Full Article)
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The samples imaged were air-dried insects (ant, fruit fly, mosquito) and a tick (Arachnids). A number of structures were imaged to create a single classroom presentation in insect anatomy for North... (View Full Article)
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The process of turning raw cellulose fibers into finished paper products requires sophisticated lab tools to evaluate paper composition, bonding properties, coatings thicknesses and surface uniformity... (View Full Article)
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This application note illustrates how the Phenom can be used as a simple "point and shoot" instrument for the rapid inspection and qualitative characterization of pharmaceutical particles.... (View Full Article)