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X-ray diffractometer

BioPhotonics
Dec 2007
Rigaku Americas Corp.Request Info
 
RigakuAmericas.jpgRigaku Americas Corp. has unveiled the Ultima IV x-ray diffractometer, an instrument suitable for materials science and for semiconductor and nanotechnology research. The features include a high-speed detector, application flexibility and a low sample-stage height in an 1100 × 810 × 1630-mm design. Equipped with a Cross Beam Optics mechanism, the device enables users to switch between focusing and parallel incident x-ray beams without resetting the optical system. Geometries are mounted permanently and aligned for simple application changes. A modular buildup platform allows users to increase capabilities as needs arise. Support for high-resolution diffraction, thin-film measurement, microdiffraction and the handling of very small samples can be added.


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GLOSSARY
nanotechnology
The use of atoms, molecules and molecular-scale structures to enhance existing technology and develop new materials and devices. The goal of this technology is to manipulate atomic and molecular particles to create devices that are thousands of times smaller and faster than those of the current microtechnologies.
x-ray diffractometer
An instrument that uses a crystal to diffract x-rays for the measurement of the intensities of the diffracted rays.
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