Real Time Microscopy For Particles, Crystals and Droplets
http://www.mt.com/v19 A new probe-based video microscope visualizes particles and particle mechanisms as they exist in process. High resolution images are continuously captured under a wide range of process conditions without the need for sampling or offline analysis. A process trend, sensitive to changes in particle size and concentration, is automatically combined with the most relevant images, providing scientists with a straightforward and reliable method to ensure comprehensive understanding is acquired with every experiment. Common applications include understanding crystallization processes, identifying mechanisms such as growth, agglomeration, breakage, and shape changes, controlling particle size and shape, monitoring polymorphic transitions, identifying the source of batch-to-batch inconsistencies, optimizing oil/water separations, viewing particle and droplet systems where sampling is not possible.