The first direct observation of pharmaceutical non-classical crystallization

Using the DENSsolutions Ocean LPEM system, Dr. Jennifer Cookman from the Bernal Institute in the University of Limerick and her colleagues were able to capture the intermediate pre-crystalline stages of a small organic molecule. This research marks the first ever direct observation of a pharmaceutical material undergoing non-classical crystallization, highlighting the rising value of in-situ TEM techniques in the pharmaceutical industry. 

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Achieving mass transport control with the award-winning Stream system

The DENSsolutions Stream system was designed to address the growing challenges faced by the LPTEM community. Thanks to its unique on-chip flow channel design, users can effectively control experimental conditions such as pressure, flow rate, liquid thickness, electrical potential and bubbles. These advantages are demonstrated by visualizing the in situ STEM growth of copper with multiple morphologies.

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