Overview of the Demo Samples: Probe Mount Disc#5 Set Up: Moly Target of Multi-target x-ray source with optics optimised for Molybdenum K-alpha edge(17.4KeV) Performed in air, non-vacuum system X-ray beam is 90 degree to the sample surface in flat geometry Desired Outcomes: Major element percentage & trace element detection XRF Heatmap from Various Channels 20um […]
Why use Ge Crystals instead of Si for XANES? Why use HOPG Crystals instead of HAPG for EXAFS? Why use Off-Rowland circle geometry for XANES? Why are the X-rays not monochromatized in XAS before reaching the sample as in other techniques e.g. XPS?
What sample concentration can the QuantumLeap XAS cover? What X-ray energy range can the QuantumLeap cover? What X-ray energy range can the QuantumLeap cover? Can carbides, nitrides and oxides be detected and quantified with the QuantumLeap XAS? What is the flux per eV for XAS?
The Sigray QuantumLeap X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy System – Chemical Specification and Electronic Structure with X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy. We answer your questions in a series of articles about the QuantumLeap. See also: Specifications FAQs Technical FAQs What are the relative advantages of the QuantumLeap XAS compared to existing laboratory XAS systems? Although previous laboratory XAS systems […]
The powerful sensitivity and high resolution of the AttoMap produces synchrotron-quality elemental distribution mapping of trace elements for a wide range of research applications, spanning from the life and materials sciences to industrial use for pharmaceuticals, natural resources (oil and gas, mining), and semiconductor failure analysis. Images taken from Sigray’s gallery. If you’d like to send in […]
Please welcome to the Quantum Design UK and Ireland team, Dr. Satyam Ladva. Our new Technical Sales Engineer. Satyam joins Quantum Designs following a short spell with Thermo Fisher Scientific as an Installation, Operations and Support Engineer for their XPS product line. Prior to this, Satyam completed a 4 year EngD programme at UCL’s Chemistry […]