Analytical Equipment Manufacturer
Bruker X-Ray Analysis designs and manufactures analytical X-ray systems for elemental analysis, materials research and structural investigations. Our innovative solutions enable a wide range of customers in heavy industry, chemistry, pharmacy, semiconductor, life science and nanotechnology to make technological advancements and to accelerate their progress.
Bruker X-Ray Analysis' product range can be broadly grouped into the follwing calssifications:
- X-Ray Spectrometry
- Handheld X-ray Spectrometry
- Elemental Analysis
- X-ray Microanalysis
- X-ray Diffraction
- Atomic Force Microscopy
- X-ray Metrology
- Biological Crystallography
- Chemical Crystallography
- Radionuclide Analysis
- Lab Automation
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X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) is a high-tech, non-destructive technique for analyzing a wide range of materials, including fluids, metals, minerals, polymers, catalysts, plastics, pharmaceuticals, thin-film coatings, ceramics, solar cells and semiconductors. Throughout industry and research institutions, XRD has become an indispensable method for materials investigation, characterization and quality control. Example areas of application include qualitative and quantitative phase analysis, crystallography, structure and relaxation determination, texture and residual stress investigations, controlled sample environment, micro-diffraction, nano-materials, lab- and process automation, and high-throughput polymorph screening.
Bruker X-Ray Analysis is the worldwide leading supplier for advanced X-Ray Diffraction solutions. Continual innovation in X-ray sources, x-ray optics, x-ray detectors, x-ray powder diffraction software and sample handling ensures that Bruker X-Ray Analysis is able to offer a Diffraction Solution for virtually any kind of X-ray analytical task. In addition, the Bruker X-Ray Analysis XRD systems are all built on the common D8 platform, which ensures modularity for future upgrades or downgrades of the system. For conditioning the incident beam, a wide range of interchangeable optics is available.