High-temperature X-ray diffraction - To the limits and beyond
Among all the parameters in non-ambient X-ray diffraction (XRD), temperature is the most prominent and most frequently investigated. Temperature has a strong influence on the structure of (crystalline) materials and their related material properties. A combined study using X-ray diffraction with a suitable high-temperature attachment allows in situ studies on structural changes under varying, elevated temperatures.
In this webinar, we will explain the different types of heater design and discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each. We will underline the versatility of high-temperature XRD with application examples from the fields of mineralogy, metallurgy, and MOFs, and many others.
- Heater types and set-ups for high-temperature XRD experiments (HTK 1200N, HTK 16N, HTK 2000N).
- Temperature measurement, temperature validation and thermal expansion in high-temperature XRD.
- Application examples.
- Beginners to experts in non-ambient X-ray diffraction.
- Anyone performing non-ambient XRD experiments with a focus on high-temperature environments.
- Anyone interested in technical solutions for non-ambient studies at high temperatures.
Dr. Barbara Puhr obtained her PhD in Earth Sciences from the University of Graz, with a focus in petrology and geochemistry. Following a post-doctoral fellowship and some years of experience in X-ray diffraction in an industrial R&D facility, she joined Anton Paar in July 2014 and currently works as the product manager for Non-Ambient X-ray attachments.
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