X-Ray Diffraction (XRD)

Equipment Details: 

 

Model-D8 Advance

Make-Bruker AXS



Frequency range

47Hz-63Hz

Goniometer Angular Range of Theta and 2-Theta

360°

Step Width

0.0001 degree

Scanning Velocity

max. 1500/min

Operating position

Vertical

 

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Applications: 

The diffraction of X-rays is a good tool to study the nature of the crystalline substances. In crystals the ions or molecules are arranged in well-defined positions in planes in three dimensions. The impinging X-rays are reflected by each crystal plane. Since the spacing between the atoms and hence the planes can’t be same or identical for any two chemical substances, this technique provides vital information regarding the arrangement of atoms and the spacing in between them and also to find out the chemical compositions of crystalline substances. The sample under study can be of either a thin layer of crystal or in a powder form. Since, the power of a diffracted beam is dependent on the quantity of the corresponding crystalline substance, it is also possible to carry out quantitative determinations.

Contact Person: 

I). Mrs Sonali Naik (Instrument Operator) Office No: 020-25989273

Email id : sonali@cmet.gov.in

II). Mr.Marimuthu (Characterization Incharge) Office no 020-25989273

Email id : marimuthu@cmet.gov.in

Location: 
Pune Laboratory
Working Principles: 

In this technique the primary X-rays are made to fall on the sample substance under study. Because of its wave nature, like light waves, it gets diffracted to a certain angle. This angle of diffraction, which differs from that of the incident beam, will give the information regarding the crystal nature of the substance. The wavelength of the X-rays can be varied for the application by using a grating plate.

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