Application notes on the use of softer X-rays for anomalous powder diffraction

  • Cernik R
  • Husheer S
  • Smith A
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An in-vacuum diffractometer has been modified to collect powder diffraction data from a sample of promazine hydrochloride. Strong anomalous contrast has been observed at, or close to, the sulphur edge. Based on the data collected, a bespoke diffractometer has been designed that, together with minor changes to the geometry of the experiment, will enable the routine collection of powder data at absorption edges below 5.5 keV.

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  • Powder diffraction
  • X-ray instrumentation

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