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Xenocs’ new module for X-ray imaging combined with SAXS/WAXS

 

Exploring the very small

At Xenocs, we help our customers develop new materials & products by providing them with innovative products and services for the characterization of nano-materials.

 

Innovation. Performance.

 

Our team

Experienced and enthusiastic, our team of experts is here for you.

 

Serving our customers worldwide

Our strong network of subsidiaries and agents worldwide ensures local support and close contact to our customers.

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Your access to the nanoscale

News

How can fractal structures and single particles be studied simultaneously?

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The study of metal oxides nanoparticles (NPs) is an area of intense scientific research owing to their distinct properties which make them excellent candidates for a variety of...

Fast self-assembly of ultrahigh molecular weight block copolymers – How GISAXS is used to monitor the morphology evolution –

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Block copolymers (BCPs) are a special class of materials that feature two or more chemically distinct monomer units grouped into discrete polymer blocks which in turn are...

2022 AOCS Annual Meeting & Expo

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1-4 May, 2022. Xenocs is very pleased to attend the 2022 AOCS Annual Meeting & Expo from May 1-4, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Meet us at our booth #323!

Customer testimonials

SAXS instrument Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon

Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon uses the Xeuss 3.0 SAXS/WAXS instrument to boost research

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"Even after more than a year, we still did not explore all possibilities our Xeuss provides. Until now, the device fulfils and even exceeds all expectations we had", Dr Jürgen Markmann, Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon.
U La Sapienza

How Sapienza University of Rome accelerates research with the Xeuss SAXS/WAXS instrument from Xenocs

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"Having a Xeuss in our lab has made it possible to answer research questions with quickly accessible experiments, without having to wait for the availability of less handy facilities", Dr Alessandra Del Giudice, Sapienza University of Rome.
Nano-inXider KAIST

Nano-inXider, “a wonderful total solution for in-house SAXS experiment”

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"Nano-inXider supports all experiments for pursuing our research on macromolecular complexes, such as nuclear pore complex, virus systems, and chromosomes", Prof. Seung Joong KIM, KAIST.

Some of our customers

1100
Customers publications in the last 5 years
100
X-ray scattering instruments installed since 2013

At Xenocs, we help our customers in their research, development and production of advanced materials by providing them with products and services for characterization at the nanoscale. Our solutions are based on Small and Wide Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS/WAXS).

For more information on the SAXS/WAXS technique, have a look at our SAXS webpage.

With the Application menu,  you will find plenty of information on what modern SAXS is being used for in various research domains such as polymer research, structural biology, nanoparticles &  colloids, renewable energy, food science, cosmetics & consumer care, oil & gas, as well as various inorganic materials.

The characterization pages will give you some examples of the types of measurements you can perform in the lab with X-ray scattering.

For detailed descriptions on our portfolio of SAXS/WAXS instrumentation, please refer to our product webpages.

The knowledge base menu gives you access to some application notes and a large list of customer publications involving our lab instruments.

 

Choose where to start your journey:

What is SAXS

Applications

Products

Characterization

If you have any questions on what is possible to do with SAXS and on our solutions, do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].

SAXS WAXS

SAXS WAXS

SAXS WAXS – Xenocs, Your Access To The Nanoscale In The Lab

Xenocs, Your Access To The Nanoscale In The Lab. Optimize Your Materials Properties With Fast Nanostructure Answers.