SCHEDULER

FORCE

This system is a great tool for identification and quantification of phases for crystalline powders, where the crystallite size is greater than 5nm. It has optics to allow for measurement of samples as small as 1mg, as well as watching crystal structure change as a function of temperature up to 1200C. The NCC has a large powder diffraction file library allowing for identification of over 130,000 different materials.

Features

Temperature stage from RT to 1200 ºC

Small angle x-ray scattering stage

Multiple sample holders

Powder sample component analysis

Crystal structure on powder samples

 

Particle size distribution

PICTURE TO BE UPDATED

PANalytical X'Pert Pro Diffractometer

Nanomaterials Core Characterization Facility

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Richmond, Virginia 23284

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