Rigaku Small Angle X-ray Scattering

FOM Name:  Rigaku SAXS
Model:  Rigaku
Contact:  Don Savage (dsavage@wisc.edu, 608-263-0831)
Center:  NIAC
Location: ERB Rm 832

The Rigaku SAXS has a Cu kx-ray source and operates at 40W.  In the highest resolution configuration the minimum angle measured is 5.8 x 10 –4 radians.  A Linkam heating/cooling stage is available with a temperature range of -50C to 300C with 0.5C degree precision.

Examples of materials analyzed with SAXS include polymers, biomaterials, fibers, colloids, metals and liquid crystals.

 

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Configuration

  • X-ray source – micro focus Cu Ka sealed tube with cross coupled multilayer mirrors
  • operates at 40 W
  • 20 µm by 20 µm source size
  • Automatic multiple sample scanning capability
  • Heating and cooling: Linkam temperature stage (single sample only) allows -50C to 300C with 0.5C degree precision. A liquid cell is available.
  • Sample to detector length: 2 meters
  • Detector is 2-dimensional multi-wire with 1024 by 1024 wires over a 6-inch area.  In highest resolution configuration: Minimum Angle measured – 5.8 x 10 –4 radians
  • qmin (Angstroms –1) = 0.0066
  • dmax (Angstroms) = 950
  • beam size at detector < 1.5 mm