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Electron backscattered diffraction (EBSD) is a microstructural-crystallographic technique used to examine the crystallographic orientation of many materials, which can be used to elucidate texture or preferred orientation of any crystalline or polycrystalline material.
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Equipment
Oxford Instruments provides a full range of EBSD acquisition software, where each software offers a powerful combination of flexibility and high performance, designed for all types of EBSD analysis and for easy operation by all levels of users. HKL CHANNEL5 uses a modular approach to its various functions and software licenses. All software modules interact seamlessly with one another and form a powerful and expressive suite with which to perform microstructural characterization.
An essential part of any EBSD analysis is the acquisition of high quality diffraction patterns. Sometimes the emphasis is on the speed of data acquisition, whilst at other times the data accuracy is paramount. With this in mind, we have developed a fast and versatile detector, Nordlys, to suit all types of EBSD analyses.
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