Drill Down to Microstructures: Advance Your Research with X-ray Diffraction

Interested to improve your materials characterization analysis and interpretation? Join our series of XRD webinars which are focused on harnessing the power of XRD and reconciling data from multiple analytical techniques towards crucial decisions to advance your research.

X-ray diffraction (XRD) is a non-destructive and versatile analytical technique that can be used to investigate microstructural characteristics such as phase composition, crystal structure, crystallite size, crystallite orientation and layer thickness for a wide range of materials, from powders to solids, thin films and nanomaterials. In this webinar, several real-world XRD application examples to advance cutting-edge research will be presented, including:

  • Catalyst and catalysis
  • Additive Manufacturing processes including Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) and Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
  • Semiconductor materials and devices
  • Battery and renewable energy
  • Planetary processes and makeup of the Earth
  • In-situ studies on structural changes under varying temperatures

In addition, the benefits of combining XRD with other spectroscopic techniques including X-ray fluorescence (XRF), vibrational spectroscopy and SEM/EDS for a holistic material characterization will be demonstrated.

Who should attend?

Noureddine Anibou
Speaker: Noureddine Anibou
Senior XRD Product Specialist
  • Researchers and students in chemistry and chemical engineering, polymer science and engineering, materials science and engineering, renewable energy, and geoscience who want to expand their knowledge in X-ray diffraction and X-ray fluorescence.
  • Relevant industries including chemical, petrochemical, battery, powder metallurgy, mining and minerals, pharmaceuticals and more.
  • R&D scientists and manufacturing leaders engaged in method development for new materials and root cause/forensics analysis supporting manufacturing.

Run time: 45 minutes

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