Lab X-ray Absorption: A New Dimension for Materials Characterization
Published on 09-18-202312:32 PM by
a_borsuk| Updated on 09-18-202312:32 PM
X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS) is a powerful and versatile technique that fits into the larger landscape of material characterization techniques by providing unique, element-specific insights into the local atomic structure, electronic properties, and bonding interactions of materials. It complements and enhances the information obtained from other characterization methods, contributing to a more comprehensive understanding of materials.
In this session, we will discuss the utility of XAS and how newly developed lab-scale instrumentation enables its practical use as an everyday tool for materials characterization. Come see real world applications of laboratory XAS.
Key Learning Objectives:
Introduction to X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy and its unique capabilities for materials characterization.
Detailed look into example applications of laboratory XAS.
Overview of new lab-scale XAS instrumentation.
Understanding the process of conducting a laboratory XAS measurement, including a real-time measurement demonstration.
Who Should Attend:
Research Scientists from Universities or Industries that routinely perform materials characterization.
Materials Characterization Lab Managers and Users interested in understanding new techniques.
Those interested in element-specific, non-destructive material analysis.
Brought to you by:
Dr. Devon Mortensen CEO, easyXAFS
Dr. William Holden CTO, easyXAFS
Dr. Zachary Lebens-Higgins Testing and R&D Manager, easyXAFS
Catherine Dold Health & Environment Writer, C&EN Media Group