The TTRAX III is the world's most powerful θ/θ X-ray diffractometer. The system features an 18 kW rotating anode generator suited to the most demanding applications. Both thin film diffraction and the determination of trace phases in powdered materials both benefit greatly from the TTRAX III's high powered source. This versatile θ/θ design incorporates both Cross Beam Optical technology (CBO) and an independent in-plane scattering axis to provide the widest possible range of measurement geometries without the need for system reconfiguration. Experimental capabilities include standard powder diffraction, glancing incidence diffraction, in-plane diffraction, high resolution diffraction, X-ray reflectivity, and small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS). The TTRAX III can be configured with a wide range of optional attachments for maximum flexibility. Features θ/θ design for horizontal sample mounting High intensity X-ray source from 18 kW rotating anode CBO for focusing and parallel beam geometries without reconfiguration In-plane diffraction arm for in-plane measurements without reconfiguration High-resolution optics SAXS capabilities
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