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In-House X-Ray Equipment

  • Subject: In-House X-Ray Equipment
  • From: "John D. Barnes" <john.barnes@nist.gov>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2000 19:58:31 -0400

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Sender: Steve Swinnea <swinnea@che.utexas.edu>
Subject: Laboratory System


The Texas Materials Inst. at The Univ. of Texas is looking into the
purchase of an in house x-ray system.  We're considering pinhole
geometry for use in polymer systems and metal nanoparticle colloidal
systems.  We'd like to be able to work in both in transmission mode
and somehow work in a goniometer to be able to do reflectivity

Do such geometries exist?  What is the possibility of putting together
such a system?  Do any manufacturers have the expertise to build such
a system?  We've identified film characterization as being important,
but bulk studies are almost as important.

Steve Swinnea  (swinnea@che.utexas.edu)
X-ray Scattering Facility
Texas Materials Institute