Quickly obtain detailed phase and structural information of your crystalline materials using X-ray diffraction (XRD), a versatile and nondestructive analytical technique. XRD analysis provides high-performance results in a wide range of industrial and research applications including minerals, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, polymers, metallurgy, environmental, mining, semiconductors, etc.
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Get a dedicated XRD system for QA/QC, academic, and routine applications with the compact, affordable Thermo Scientific ARL EQUINOX 100 X-ray Diffractometer. This transportable bench top instrument offers true flexibility.
Experience real-time measurement in a simple yet powerful benchtop XRD analyzer. The Thermo Scientific ARL EQUINOX 1000 X-ray Diffractometer offers simplified operation for QA and routine XRD studies.
The ARL EQUINOX 3000 / 3500 Series offers research grade resolution and a comprehensive number of features including detectors, X-ray sources and sample attachment.
Determine the orientation of large single crystals with the Thermo Scientific ARL EQUINOX LAUE X-ray Diffractometer (XRD). This cost effective solution is the perfect instrument for the determination of crystal orientation like ingots, wafer, turbine blades, precious stones, jewelry, among other applications.
Perform both chemical and phase analysis in one simple operation with the Thermo Scientific ARL 9900 Total Cement Analyzer. Achieve excellent process control and ensure consistent clinker quality.
This proven compliance solution is now available for our ARL EQUINOX X-ray Diffractometers. FDA regulation, 21CFR Part 11
Explore this on demand series of 5 webinars on materials science applications using X-ray diffraction (XRD) and X-ray fluorescence (XRF). Each webinar is 30 minutes or less, covering applications:
Benchtop X-ray Diffraction System for Fast and Dynamic Analyses
Webinar - Benefits of XRD in Teaching and R&D Facilities: This webinar covers applications ranging from thin layer analysis to real-time in-situ phase transitions to Laue crystal orientations.
Technology that combines the advantages of both XRF and XRD together is the best solution to ensure quality control in the cement manufacturing process. Quartz in raw meal, free lime in clinker, clinker phases and limestone additions in cement can be quantified with high sensitivity, reliability and excellent stability.