Accelerate your product development with automated image analysis and Raman spectroscopy: Morphologi 4-ID demo at your desk

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Particle properties affect how materials behave. We talk a lot about what particle size analysis and ensemble techniques such as laser diffraction can tell you about the behavior of your materials. But particle shape is another key factor.

Images from microscopy will show particle shape. And while a picture might paint a thousand words, what we really need to make effective decisions about material performance is thousands and thousands of particle images. That’s where automated image analysis comes in.

In this webinar you’ll join our experts Jenny and Jo in the lab, where they will introduce automated image analysis and the Morphologi 4 and 4-ID instruments. They will show you how quickly and easily you can gather particle shape information and share some examples of where particle shape really makes a difference.

We’ll also look at Morphologically-Directed Raman Spectroscopy (MDRS). This adds chemical identification to particle size and shape analysis, unlocking a greater understanding of complex or mixed materials by providing component specific information. Back in the lab, we’ll show you how the Morphologi 4-ID targets and identifies individual particles, as well as discuss how you can use this data to understand the performance and processing of complex materials.

So, join us in the applications lab to see how particle shape and MDRS can add new dimensions to your material understanding!


  • Jenny Burt - Senior Applications Specialist, Malvern Panalytical
  • Jo Lothian - Applications Specialist, Malvern Panalytical

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Who should attend? 

  • Scientists and researchers interested in material properties such as dissolution rate, flowability and particle density.
  • Scientists and researchers interested in component specific particle size and shape information.
  • Anyone interested in combining particle size, shape, and chemical identification.
  • Anyone interested in automated image analysis combined with Raman Spectroscopy.

What will you learn? 

  • Understand why particle shape is a key factor in dissolution rate, flowability and packing density.
  • Discover how automated image analysis gives you objective and reproducible particle size and shape data.
  • Discover how Morphologically-Directed Raman Spectroscopy provides component specific particle size and shape information for complex materials.
  • Learn how easy it is to measure size, shape and chemical identity with the Morphologi 4-ID.