Powder diffraction is the principal technique for determining the structure of materials that do not necessarily form large ordered crystals. In recent years powder diffraction has provided crucial structural information for many strategically important materials including:
- high temperature semiconductors
- mesoporous materials/catalysts
- self-assembled nanoscale arrays.
Diamond's versatile beamlines have the resolving power to probe deep into sample structures, detecting rapid changes under non-ambient conditions as they occur taking advantage of:
- very high angular resolution
- high count rates
- controlled environmental conditions
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Service options available
We offer a range of service options for powder diffraction experiments:
- beamtime only access;
- mail-in data collection;
- experiments at non-ambient conditions.
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