WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE INSTALLED STADIVARI WITH A METALJET SOURCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BASEL, CHEMICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY LAB OF DR. MARKUS NEUBURGER
Dr. Neuburger’s chemical crystallography laboratory is an analytical facility located at the department of chemistry at the University of Basel. His team is focused on determining crystal structures for different groups of the chemistry department at the University Basel by means of X-ray diffraction experiments.
The configuration of his new high-end diffractometer consists of a special setup of the STOE STADIVARI: Combining a STOE STADIVARI goniometer with an Excillum MetalJet D2 (Ga Kα) and the Dectris Pilatus 3R 300K detector.
Crystals to be analyzed are getting smaller and smaller and are scattering weaker: With the performance of this setup it is possible to shed light on crystals that simply couldn’t successfully be analyzed before. It enables users to measure smallest samples with a reasonable resolution in a reasonable time.
The STADIVARI is an open, flexible system that is ideally suited to accommodate high-end components like the MetalJet, where outmost care and precision is essential to achieve the maximum flux combined with the best possible data quality.