L : Optical photomicrograph of pegmatitic granite from a Long island glacial erratic. R : Compositional map showing location of Rb, Sr, Zn, 3x4mm area, 1001x1334 pixels, 20 millisec pixels, 8.5hrs mapping time.
XRF study of pegmatitic granite from a Long Island glacial erratic.
The HPXTM module helps researchers study the texture change of their sample under extreme pressure and temperature conditions by collecting in-situ HP/HT 3D x-ray tomographic images.
“Ready for the next run!” The HP x-ray tomographic microscopy module sitting outside of the 250 ton press in 13 BMD.
X-ray diffraction is the most powerful technique for crystal structure determination. From left to right, patterns from a single crystal, polychrystalline, nano-cyrstalline and amorphous crystals.
X-ray diffraction patterns from a diamond anvil cell.
GSECARS works with high school students, undergraduates, graduates and post-graduates to provide opportunities to explore x-ray science and instrumentation. GSECARS Outreach