This application software can be used for a wide range of samples, from soft to hard materials, to provide powerful help for observing what you want to observe.

Task : Statistically analyze the diameter and length of many nanoparticles or nanofibers.

Silica Nanoparticle Size Analysis

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Fiber Isolation

Fiber Isolation

Histogram of Particle Size Distribution

Histogram of Particle Size Distribution

Fiber Length Analysis of Cellulose Nanofibers

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Fiber Isolation

Fiber Isolation

Histogram of Boundary Length Distribution

Histogram of Boundary Length Distribution

 

This allows isolating numerous nanoparticles and nanofibers from observation data and calculating their diameter, boundary length, or other characteristic quantities. Fiber length is calculated as half the boundary length. Because it can statistically determine characteristic quantities for numerous samples, it can also be used for shape-based quality control applications.

 

Characteristic Quantities

  1. Center of gravity X-coordinate
  2. Center of gravity Y-coordinate
  3. Absolute maximum diameter
  4. Pattern width
  5. Horizontal Feret diameter
  6. Vertical Feret diameter
  7. Circular radius (excluding holes)
  8. Circular radius (including holes)
  9. Mean radius
  10. Variability of mean radius
  11. Minimum distance between centers of gravity
  12. Boundary length
  13. Boundary length of convex hull
  14. Maximum Z-value
  15. Minimum Z-value

 

  1. Mean Z-value
  2. Mean Z-value of particle boundary
  3. Area excluding holes
  4. Area including holes
  5. Surface area
  6. Volume
  7. Pattern orientation
  8. Angle of principal 2D moment of inertia
  9. Volume ratio
  10. Area ratio
  11. Flatness
  12. Roundness
  13. Roughness
  14. Thinness

Statistical Quantities

  1. Mean
  2. Standard deviation
  3. Mean length
  4. Mean area
  5. Mean volume
  6. Total
  7. Maximum value
  8. Minimum Value
  9. Label number for maximum value
  10. Label number for minimum value
  11. Range
  12. Particle count

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