FACTS Short Course: Introduction to X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and Analysis

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Event Date 26 Sep 2019 (Thu), 02:30 PM - 05:30 PM
Venue Lecture Theatre at The Arc (LHN-LT) (Location Map)
Organiser FACTS (Email : facts@ntu.edu.sg  Tel/Fax : +65 67906158)


Event Info

This introductory course to X-ray Diffraction will cover the basics of the crystalline state, the theory of how X-rays interact with crystalline matter and how to run an X-ray diffraction experiment with a few tips and tricks. The talk will be split up into two 45-minute sessions, by the end of which you will be able to take your crystalline powder, obtain an X-ray diffraction pattern and understand the basics of how to analyse it.

 

This talk will be given by Dr. Samuel A. Morris, who currently runs the single-crystal diffractometer in FACTS while researching novel applications and structures of porous materials, focusing on variable-temperature, -gaseous environments and –electric potential in-situ cells for diffraction techniques.



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