X-ray diffraction (XRD)

X-ray diffraction allows determining the structure of crystalline substances,even if they are very small and not clearly visible under a microscope. The x-ray powder diffraction (often short XRPD) is a special type of X-ray diffraction for structure analysis of polycrystalline samples. A diffractogram (or diffraction pattern) can be recorded with this procedure to identify the phases by comparing the peaks with an electronic databases. Using the Rietveld refinement, it is also possible to calculated the quantitative composition of the sample.

We advise X-ray diffraction analysis, when it is obvious that the sample is too fine to be analysed with the polarizing microscope. In this case, the X-ray diffraction is the faster method.

Our services

  • sample preparation
  • XRD measurement for qualitative or quantitative examinations
  • qualitative determination of the phases
  • quantitative determination of the contained phases
  • reports

The instrumental measurements are currently carried out by external partners. Afterwards we do the evaluations of the diffraction patterns

We advise X-ray diffraction analysis, when it is obvious that the sample is too fine to be analysed with the polarizing microscope. In this case, the X-ray diffraction is the faster method.

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Geo-Analytics
(J.M.W. Geo-Consulting)
Dr. J.M. Warnsloh
1185 AH Amstelveen

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