The Xenocs 2.0 SAXS/WAXS beamline was installed in July 2018. This high-performance system offers the unique capability in one single shot to cover a q range between 0.03 nm-1 up to 40 nm-1. The system features automatic change of settings, auto-alignment, remote multiple sample measurements (allowing unattended overnight measurements, for maximum throughput).
AMCL News Spring 2018 University of Delaware Advanced Materials Characterization Laboratory A central mission of the AMCL is the education, research, and training of students at the University of Delaware. The AMCL also collaborates with researchers in industry and other academic institutes. The lab continues to grow in many areas and provides quality service […]
On September 16th, research carried out in the Advanced Materials Characterization Lab was presented at the Hotel DuPont during a conference sponsored by Wyatt Technologies. Wyatt manufactures the Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) machine that is operated in the AMCL. The technique, also known as quasi-elastic light scattering (QELS), allows researchers to measure the hydrodynamic radius […]