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Type of equipment:X-ray diffractometer
Technical description/model and performance:XPert3 Diffractometer by Panalytical InstrumentsAdditional add-on equipment available in current setup;• Anton Paar TTK 450 heating/cooling (Liquid nitrogen to 450C)• Anton Paar HTK 16N heating stage for temperatures up to 1500 C (turbopump required for higher temperatures, with current pump it is not advisable to measure over 400C and especially for oxygen sensitive samples)• Slurry flow cell• SAX kit• Anton Paar Humidity system MHC-trans.
Photo: Thomas Wågberg/Michael Holmboe
Field of application:Different types of samples – such as films and powders, either smeared on a substrate or in different types of test tubes – can be measured in terms of their crystalline structure.
Location:Floor 3, Physics building, Lab for X-ray, AFM and thermogravimetric analysis.
Access to the instrument:The instrument is available to anyone with an operator's licence; note that a user fee of SEK 200 per hour applies. A licence can be obtained via training from research engineer Rouhsdey Salh. A licence for basic operations can be obtained following approx. one hour's training (at a rate of SEK 700/hour).A licence for use can be obtained for one or more of the following categories or tasks:• Using basic powder diffraction using standard setup• Change of slits• Change between flat stage setup and motorized stage/spinner• Change between standard setup and focusing mirror.• Using TTK 450 heating/cooling stage• Using humidity chamber• Using liquid circulation cell• Using heating stage for high temperatures
Responsible:Roushdey Salh och Alexandr Talyzin.