Diffraction Enhanced Imaging is used to unveil edge contrast in biological samples thanks to the detection of very subtle X-ray scattering changes.
This technique is used to reveal order / disorder at large, micro or nano scale in non-crystallized materials: i.e. polymers, proteins in solutions, oil, colloids, and plastic.
X-ray Tomography allows a 3D reconstruction from a series of radiographs for different angular positions of the sample down to sub micron resolution.
The X-Ray Powder Diffraction method is one of the few non-destructive methods that permit the identification and the elemental analysis of materials
This technique helps engineering of future drugs and chemical formulas produced by the pharmaceutical and chemical industry.
X-ray microscopes produces contrast using the difference in absorption of soft X-ray in the water window region
X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy is used to determine which elements are present in an unknown sample.