Combined XRD-DSC

Simultaneously perform XRD and DSC measurements

The study of phase transitions between the various solid states is important to the pharmaceutical and other industries. X-ray diffraction (XRD) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) have proven to be two of the most useful techniques for this research. Since these methods are complementary to one another, measurements using both XRD and DSC have become a popular way of studying the thermal reactions of solids. The usual approach is to sequentially perform the two measurements; however, this can cause problems as exact experimental conditions may be difficult to replicate. Such problems can be overcome by simultaneously performing XRD and DSC measurements on the same sample.


World's most powerful θ/θ high-resolution X-ray diffractometer features an in-plane diffraction arm
    Ultima IV
High-performance, multi-purpose XRD system for applications ranging from R&D to quality control