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              Qualitative and quantitative analysis

              Qualitative and quantitative analysis

              Phase analysis of x-ray diffraction is a technique for analyzing the structure of a substance by utilizing the diffraction effect of X-rays in a crystalline substance. Each crystal material has its specific crystal structure, including lattice type, crystal plane spacing and other parameters. The sample is irradiated with x-rays of sufficient energy, and the substance in the sample is excited to produce secondary fluorescent X-rays (identifying X-rays), and the crystal plane reflection of the crystal follows Bragg's law. Qualitative analysis of the compound can be performed by measuring the position of the diffraction angle (peak position).

              Quantitative analysis of phase analysis of X-ray diffraction has been widely used in the research of materials science and engineering. X-ray diffraction phase analysis includes conventional methods such as internal standard method, external standard method, adiabatic method, incremental method, standard-free method, basic flushing method and full-spectrum fitting method.



              DX-27mini Benchtop X-ray Diffractometer

              DX-2700BH X-ray Diffractometer

              DX-2800 High Resolution X-ray Diffractometer