Non-wovens are one of the fastest-growing segments of the textile industry. The complexity of these fibrous materials mandates the use of multiple analytical techniques for their full characterization.
In this application note, the morphological and chemical characterization of a non-woven fiber sample is described. Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Fourier Transform Infrared Microscopy (FTIR) are two widely used microscopy techniques for the characterization of non-woven materials.
Download this application note to find out:
- How to characterize a non-woven sample
- How SEM and FTIR perfectly complement each other in material characterization research
- How to perform morphological and chemical characterization of non-woven fibers using electron and infrared microscopy