This is a versatile, sensitive, and high resolution X-Ray powder diffractometer. The monochromatic Cu Kα1 line is isolated by the Vario monochromater at the X-Ray tube. No more need to numerically subtract out the Kα2 from your data. A variety of sample holders and sample presentation methods are listed below. A LynxEye position sensitive detector permits up to 4 ° 2θ of diffracted beam to be measured continuously while scanning, which dramatically increases sensitivity compared with the conventional scintillation detector behind a narrow slit.
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6.D. Keith Bowen and Brian K. Tanner, High Resolution X-ray Diffractometry and Topography, Taylor & Francis, Ltd., 1998 (Semiconductors and thin film analysis)
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8.Jan Drenth, Principles of Protein X-ray Crystallography, Springer, 1994 (Crystallography).