Webinar: Basics and applications of good SAXS: Quantifying the fine structure of lots of materials
Webinar within the scope of the focus area Optical Analytics
Abstract: In contrast to the crisp, clear images you can get from electron microscopy, small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) patterns are rather featureless. These patterns, however, contain averaged structural information of all of the finest material structures that were illuminated by the X-ray beam. With careful and precise investigation, and supplementary information from complementary techniques, this bulk material structure can be quantified to reveal structural information spanning four or even five decades in size. Additionally, while the data correction and analysis is complex, sample preparation is very straightforward, also allowing for in-situ and operando measurements to be performed without breaking a sweat. In the right hands, then, this technique can be the most powerful tool in your analytical arsenal.
Speaker: Dr. Brian Pauw, BAM - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, Division 6.5 (Synthesis and Scattering of Nanostructured Materials)
Webinar language: English.
Webinar tool: Cisco Webex platform.
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