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Advanced X-Ray Computed Microtomography

X-ray microtomography (XMT) is an emerging non-invasive and non-destructive high-resolution 3D imaging technique. It operates on the same basic principles as medical CT scanners, but with much higher resolution, hundreds or more times higher. The technique allows three-dimensional analyses of the internal microstructure of material enabling a clear understanding of its morphology, the distribution of its components or even structural weaknesses.

Structure-Texture group is a full-service provider of advanced micro CT imaging for project dealing with food, seed, pharmaceutical, biomedical and geological materials. Our services include sample preparation, high-resolution 3D micro CT scanning, 3D reconstruction and visualization, and the delivery of a full 3D digital data

Skyscan 1072 Internal food products                

                                                                                                                    Internal structure of 

                                                                                                                    food products

Contact us

Dr. Huyla Dogan
Dr. Georges Tawil

Kansas State University
Water 48
Manhattan, KS 66506, USA
Tel. +1 785-532-2628
Fax +1 785-532-7010
E-mail: dogan@ksu.edugtawil@ksu.edu

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