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Comparing XRD Geometries and a Case Study in using the Seeman-Bohlin Geometry in a portable diffractometer.
X-ray diffraction What is X-ray diffraction? X-ray Diffraction (XRD) is a non-destructive technique that provides detailed information about the crystallographic structure, chemical composition, and physical properties of materials. A common analytical technique for...
What could be simpler than looking for a handful of elements in lubrication oil samples using your all powerful XRF? On the surface, this is would appear to be a straight forward analysis, but in reality, the challenge of analyzing light matrix samples (low z...
The ever-increasing need for speed that defines our competitive global landscape as enterprises vie to be first to market means supplementary technology needs to change to meet the needs of new processes. The limitations of static locations, long analysis times with...
On-site XRD analysis for Geology and Mineralogy
One of the most important applications of X-ray diffraction is the identification of the phases in soil samples taken during an exploration. Among others, the results of these analyses help you decide whether it is worthwhile to return to the site for further investigation.
What if these analyses could be done already in the field?
Save significantly on lead time and cost
Allow for pre-selection of a sample. Only the most interesting ones need to be sent to a laboratory.
Immediately yield the results where and when you need them
Therefore, we developed the PLANET!
A portable diffractometer designed to meet all the specifications needed for complex phase identifications
Works on a set of Li-ion batteries with the constant performance of a minimum of 4 hours (20Ah at 24 V)
30W X-ray tube with Cu-anode. Co on request
Ultra-sensitive linear detector covering 7° in 2Theta
Compact design based on the Seemann-Bohlin focusing geometry