UltimaIV

UltimaIV
by Rigaku Corporation


The Ultima IV represents the state-of-the-art in multipurpose X-ray diffraction (XRD) systems. Incorporating Rigaku's patented cross beam optics (CBO) technology for permanently mounted, permanently aligned and user-selectable parallel and focusing geometries, the Ultima IV X-ray diffractometer can perform many different measurements fast. With a multipurpose diffractometer, performance is m...read more

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Description

 

The Ultima IV represents the state-of-the-art in multipurpose X-ray diffraction (XRD) systems.

Incorporating Rigaku's patented cross beam optics (CBO) technology for permanently mounted, permanently aligned and user-selectable parallel and focusing geometries, the Ultima IV X-ray diffractometer can perform many different measurements fast.

With a multipurpose diffractometer, performance is measured by not only how fast you perform an experiment but also how fast you can switch between different types of experiments. Individual experiments are optimized with accessories like the D/teX Ultra high-speed position sensitive detector system, but the speed between experiments is radically improved with the combination of the automated alignment and CBO.

The Ultima IV is the only XRD system on the market today that incorporates fully automatic alignment. When coupled with CBO and the in-plane arm, the automatic alignment capability makes the Ultima IV X-ray diffractometer the most flexible system available for multipurpose applications.


UltimaIV Features:

  • Full automated alignment under computer control.
  • Optional in-plane diffraction arm for in-plane measurements without reconfiguration.
  • Focusing and parallel beam geometries without reconfiguration.
    SAXS capabilities.
  • Optional D/teX Ultra high-speed, position-sensitive detector system.

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UltimaIV by Rigaku Corporation
UltimaIV

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