SAXS measuring device SAXSpace
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SAXS measuring device
SAXS measuring device
SAXS measuring device
SAXS measuring device
SAXS measuring device
SAXS measuring device
SAXS measuring device
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laboratory, for nanoparticles
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High-throughput SAXS and WAXS analysis of nanostructured materials SAXSpace is a compact lab-scale system for SAXS and WAXS studies with a brilliant block collimation system ensuring an intense X-ray beam for very short measurement times. It determines the size, size distribution, and shape of nano-sized particles and sample domains and is especially suited for analyzing isotropic, colloidal, and biological samples (BioSAXS). SAXSpace’s robust design, high system uptime, and automated workflows ensure a large sample throughput and high-quality SWAXS results. Key Features Speed-up your daily lab work: optimized for high throughput The investigation and characterization of biological samples, like proteins and enzymes, or nanoparticle dispersions typically requires multiple analyses of many samples at once. SAXSpace is optimized to handle up to 192 liquid samples in an automated workflow. Combined with the ASX autosampler fast and precise sampling and efficient cleaning without operator input is ensured. This enables measurements overnight, providing you with complete data sets for analysis when you start the next day. The ASX autosampler is equipped with a cooling option, which is often necessary for sensitive biological samples. Save your time with TrueFocus and Stagemaster Time-saving alignment is achieved at the push of a button with TrueFocus, a fully automated and intelligent self-alignment of all X-ray components and sample stages.



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