We are thrilled to announce the launch of 'Exploring the Very Small', our quarterly Small Angle X-ray Scattering Newsletter.
Investigation of materials at the nanoscale is leading to fantastic findings, material enhancements & new products every day. Small Angle X-ray Scattering or SAXS is emerging as a major technique for characterizing materials. With ‘Exploring the very small’ we would like to share our enthusiasm for this powerful technique and hope to gather a growing community of users and scientists curious about it.
‘Exploring the very small', will help you to keep up to date with the latest news on nanoscale characterization, provide regular insights on what can be done today with Small and Wide Angle X-ray Scattering, and feature new product developments & innovations in SAXS instrumentation.
We hope you will enjoy ‘Exploring the very small’.
Since its creation in 2000, Xenocs has been dedicated to offering its customers innovative solutions for X-ray characterization of nanomaterials and nanostructures.
Xenocs has over 14 years' experience in the development and production of high performance instruments for characterizing the nanostructure and morphology of materials.
Its new generation of SAXS system, the Xeuss 2.0, combines small and wide-angle X-ray scattering techniques (SAXS/WAXS) in a proprietary technology which is helping the company lead the way to the ultimate laboratory nanostructure characterization tool.
The company also launched this year a new vertical SAXS/WAXS system called the Nano-inXider which comes in a compact package for integration in any lab environment.
Xenocs is operating worldwide through a strong network of distributors ensuring local support and close contact to customers. Hundreds of research groups around the world as well as many renowned Original Equipment Manufacturers of the X-ray analytical market trust Xenocs to provide them with the best solution to move ahead in their research activities and industrial applications.
Xenocs is a spin-off company from the Laue Langevin Institut in Grenoble, France.