The classical denotation of the term Morphology is about studying the structure and form of macroscopic organisms. This implies the outer shape as well as the inner composition. Dividing particles in various classes and explaining their properties by fitting parameters is goal of the morphology. Moreover, nowadays the microscopic level is also part of the morphology and it includes any structure property in general. Beside the determination of the particle size and distribution, the dynamic image analysis offers such morphological classification by its data (like fiber length, roundness, symmetry, etc.) which generates insight about structure and nature of the particles and thus acquires valuable research & development information.

  • Applications Biotechnology/Pharmacy
    • Inherent analysis: Characterization of the origin substance via specific morphological properties
    • Intrinsic analysis: Identification of manufacturing process impurities (Silicon, Rubber, Glass, Splitter, etc.)
    • Extrinsic analysis: Identification of environmental post process contaminations (Hair, Dust, Fiber, etc.)
  • Applications Water analytics
    • Identification, cataloging and growth control of microorganisms in water samples
      • Phytoplankton, Zooplankton, Cyanobacteria, Algae, etc.
      • Sediment Analysis
      • Cell Analysis


Systems for the morphological analysis: