Characterization at the nanoscale can help you find answers.
With X-ray scattering in your lab, you can for example:
- Determine the size, shape, size distribution of particles and internal nano-structuring of heterogenous catalysts
- Get statistical information on size and shape of crystalline precipitates in alloys
- Find the surface area and pore size and distribution in wet and dry calcium silicate cement
- Characterize the formation of nano-objects on substrates, such as crystal formation during perovskite deposition
Studying self-assembly study of PbS nanocrystals with GISAXS / GIWAXS
Granular mesocrystalline structure of surface-functionalized PbS NC monolayers revealed with grazing incidence X-ray scattering experiments.
SAXS gives statistically relevant information about your sample with just one measurement
Porosity, crystallite size, particle size, nanostructure orientation
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