Face mask cross section
Face Mask Filter viewed with Scanning Electron Microscopy, in planar view and in cross-sectional views. Jaap Nijsse. www.consistence.nl

Face mask cross section

In an earlier post we visualised a planar view of a face mask filter at increasing magnification, showing a heterogeneous network of fibres. It is not trivial to obtain high resolution cross sections through fabric: sub-micron (less than 1/1000 millimetre) details cannot be obtained with light microscopy or x-ray imaging, while sections of embedded material lack the third dimension. Embedding…

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Fat crystal network

Already in 1987 Isaac Heertje published a method to visualise the fat crystal network in margarines. We now have revisited this method, making it available for today’s research of crystal networks in foods and beyond. The images show fat crystal networks in a 39% fat spread and in a 79% fat margarine, revealing continuous networks of crystals, often along emulsion…

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Face Mask Filter

Wondered about the microstructure of a face mask filter? View here: Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) images 33x-50kx. This disposable filter consists of melt blown polymer microfibres.

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Banana browing timelapse

First a time-stack of images was acquired, resulting in the video of the ripening banana. Second, a region of interest was selected, showing the details. Third, the growing brown spots were labelled, whereby labels persisted over time, until the moment of fusion with neighbouring spots. Fourth, a ‘timesweep histogram’ was calculated, showing the brown areas growing and moving to larger size classes.  This…

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Much more content coming

We are fuelling the Consistence website. Please find the many new pages while browsing within consistence.nl. Not everyting is in place yet, so bear with us some period of missing links and changing views! We added employee pages, method descriptions, and a few case studies, and more already. Enjoy!

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