In her presentation, Dr. Deborah Huck, product technical specialist – morphological imaging systems, describes how particle characterization by automated image analysis can help researchers and developers understand the properties of mineral and metal materials. She provides several examples of understanding particle morphology properties and controlling processing behavior for materials such as gypsum, silica used in toothpaste, graphite for battery coating film, and tungsten carbide.
The downloadable application note describes a detailed case study. Here the Morphologi G3 is used to reveal how atomized metal powders with similar particle size distributions, produced by two different atomizing processes, can have very different shape properties, and how such parameters can be assessed.
The Morphologi G3 is a fully automated image analysis-based particle characterization system that delivers particle size and shape information for wet and dry samples. Capable of analyzing particles from 0.5 to 10000 µm, and capturing microscope quality images of hundreds of thousands of particles in just a few minutes, the Morphologi G3 measures a wide range of size and shape parameters. Single-click measurements minimize user intervention, saving time and eliminating user bias, while powerful software tools make it easy to visualize, classify, and filter results.
View the presentation at www.malvern.com/morphologi_metals_minerals and download the application note at www.malvern.com/G3_injection_molding