GSECARS and ANL to host SES VI, September 11-12, 2014 to promote the dialogue between synchrotron and environmental science experts. Synchrotron Environmental Science VI
Synchrotron Environmental Science VI
Compositional map showing location of Fe, Ni, and As in a thin section of mine tailings from McLean Lake, Canada
X-ray microprobe study of arsenic speciation and evolution in mine tailings
The HPXTM module helps researchers study the texture change of their sample under extreme pressure and temperature conditions by collecting in-situ HP/HT 3D x-ray tomographic images.
High Pressure X-ray Tomographic Microscopy Module sitting outside of the 250 ton press in 13 BMD.
X-ray diffraction is the most powerful technique for crystal structure determination. From left to right, patterns from a single crystal, polychrystalline, nano-cyrstalline and amorphous crystals.
X-ray diffraction patterns from a diamond anvil cell.
High-resolution XRF microtomography of Arabidopsis seed. Reconstructed distribution of Fe, Mn, Zn and Ca, K, Zn are shown, images in fly-scan mode with a pixel resolution of 1 µm (13IDE,T. Punshon, Dartmouth).