Micro Photonics offers a wealth of knowledge and experience in the materials science applications. Choose from a variety of techniques to enhance your research efforts.
Internal Feature Characterization. Through the use of non-destructive 3D micro-CT imaging a variety of materials properties can be determined. Our CT Analyzer program calculates volumetric parameters such as Total Volume, Object Volume, Percent Volume, and Surface Area-to-Volume Ratio as well as more advance outputs such as Porosity, Pore Size Distribution, Object Thickness, Object Separation, Anisotropy, and more.
3D Modeling . Three-dimensional models can be created from micro-CT data for further analysis. Output files can be rendered for importation into finite element analysis programs.
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Digital X-ray Imaging
Image Analysis & Screening. A wide range of digital imaging options are available from Micro Photonics. Fully enclosed FDA rated X-ray cabinet systems are ideal for non-destructive testing and screening.
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Crystal structure. Through the use of Single Crystal diffraction, the structure for small molecules and proteins can be determined. STOE’s advanced systems easily handle twinned and modulated structures.
Characterization. A wide range of systems are available to characterize powders, solids, liquid crystals, and polymers using powder diffraction and SAXS techniques. A combination SAXS-Calorimeter instrument combines structure analysis with DSC Calorimetry.
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