Distinguishing Binding Agents in Fibrous Materials

High sensitivity across short and long wavelengths

For products mainly made of fibrous or similar materials, the aggregate state between fine products is maintained with an adhesive (a binder).
To maintain the aggregate state, it is necessary for adhesive to be applied uniformly and dispersed entirely in a tangling manner. However, because fibrous materials and adhesives are generally white or transparent, it is difficult to visualize their application condition with an optical microscope.

Observation of how activated carbon fibers are tangled with binder
The blending ratio is determined to be 7% using the quantitative analysis function!
Using the All-in-One Fluorescence Microscope BZ-X800