Nanophase TiO2 (n-TiO2) particles were generated in a flame burner system under three experimental conditions. Selected individual nanoparticles were identified and characterized using selected area electron diffraction, bright-field and, in some cases, dark-field imaging to determine morphology and microstructural features. Previously unknown TiO2 particles with unusual central features were identified as rutile. Electron holography was used to characterize the central features which were found to be consistent with voids. More extensive characterization of individual particles may lead to improved understanding of n-TiO2 nucleation and growth.