Location

MCE 1325

Specifications

  • 2θ range from -5° to 150°
  • φ rotation 360 °
  • State-of-the-art Lynxeye detector with 192 channels

Applications

  • Approximate particle sizing for nano-powders
  • Determine directionality in textured films and solids
  • Ideal for powders analysis
  • Phase identification and analysis of minerological samples

Rates

University of Utah users $17.83
Off-Campus, Academic users $27.27
Off-Campus users $35.65

For the complete list of rates and more information about operator assistance, please review our lab rates.

Training

Required training

Radiation safety training provided by the U of U: https://rso.utah.edu/training/

Sample prep and software use: https://youtu.be/nEDd26RbI-0

Scheduling

If you already have an account with us, you can find the machine on Cores under Materials Characterization - Meldrum.

If you don't have an account with us yet, please contact us about your application. You may then create an account with us and begin work.