STOE develops, manufactures and sells scientific instruments for the non-destructive analysis of substances. Based on the X-ray diffraction (XRD) method, these systems characterize single crystals and powder samples and give answers to which substances a particular powder or crystal contains or at which positions atoms in solid bodies are exactly located. The majority of customers are institutes at universities and industrial laboratories worldwide doing research in chemistry, pharmacy, mineralogy or material science.
STOE, originally founded in 1887, to manufacture equipment for the optical analysis of crystals, has been a pioneer in powder and single crystal X-ray diffraction since the 1960’s, e.g. STOE invented and patented the transmission geometry technique for Powder XRD as well as, for single crystals, produced the first pixel detector XRD system with an open Eulerian cradle.
STOE is based in Darmstadt, Germany, and keeps the R&D, software programming, electrical and mechanical engineering and production all in house, allowing STOE to provide customers with standard as well as individual solutions. Whenever it comes to quality, STOE accepts no compromises. This high-level of detail is what sets STOE apart.
STOE is the partner in X-Ray Diffraction to crystallographers, chemists, material scientists and pharmacists all over the world.
Using Transmission Geometry PXRD to Observe Solid State Reactions in Real Time
Advanced Light Source Selects STOE STADIVARI Diffractometer – The Most Precise Four Circle XRD for Single Crystal High Pressure Research.
STOE Announce New Module for WinXPOW Powder Diffraction Software
OpenFactory Event Celebrates 100 Years of X-Ray Crystallography with Training and Lectures from Key Instrument Manufacturers
Dr. Seb Leaper, Dr. Ahmed Abdelkarim
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