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Fe2O3 "cauliflowers"

SEM image of the structure of crystals of Fe2O3 grown by chemical vapor deposition. The largest cluster is ~2µm in diameter.
Image by Michelle Przybylek from the Linic Research Group.

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Fe2O3 "cauliflowers"

SEM image of the structure of crystals of Fe2O3 grown by chemical vapor deposition. The largest cluster is ~2µm in diameter.
Image by Michelle Przybylek from the Linic Research Group.

Rigaku Rotating Anode X-Ray Diffractometer

Location: Room 2219 H.H. Dow Building
Contact: Ying Qi
Instructions: Rigaku Rotating Anode X-Ray Diffractometer SOP
Acknowledgments:Publications resulting from work on this instrument should acknowledge

Rigaku Rotating Anode X-Ray Diffractometer: This instrument is ageneral powder diffractometer with Pole figure attachment. It is used in identification of compounds, quantification of compounds, measurement of crystal grain size and crystal distortions, measurement of crystallinity, measurement of lattice constant, as well as the measurement of texture.

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Rigaku XRD Dr. Manjola Mancka of Pacific Industrial Development Corporation(PIDC) using the Rigaku Rotating Anode XRD to indentify the phases in her sample.