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The distributions of size and shape of a material’s grains can be constructed from a 2D slice of the material and electron diffraction data.
Moment-based methods provide a simple way to describe a population of spherical particles and extract 3d information from 2d measurements.
A quick and simple way to evaluate the packing fraction of polydisperse spheres, which is a measure of how they crowd around each other.
Lognormal distributions (and mixtures of same) are a useful model for the size distribution in emulsions and sediments.
Analysis of the linear elastic behaviour of plant cell dispersions improves our understanding of how to stabilise and texturise food products.
Techniques from random sphere packing predict the dimension of the Apollonian gasket, a fractal made up of non-overlapping hyperspheres.