(This webinar will be conducted in Mandarin)
Is Mo the new Ag? Which X-ray source is optimal for my sample type? Which detector should I use for highly fluorescent data? My sample is organic and translucent. Should I continue to operate in reflection or transmission mode? There are so many considerations to consider when running an XRD experiment. In this webinar series, we focus on helping you how to achieve the best quality PXRD results based on the most optimal optical configuration set up.
Malvern Panalytical’s XRD application specialist, Plex Lee, will share about the optimized optical configuration required when working with these scenarios
- Everyday routine PXRD samples
- Organic and translucent samples
- Highly fluorescent materials
- Hard radiation for battery packs
- High throughput data analysis
Dr Plex Lee, Applications Engineer at Malvern Panalytical, Taiwan
Dr. Plex Lee joins the Taiwan team as an applications engineer. Dr Lee has a PhD in Engineering and System Science. His expertise is on nano science, thin-film analysis, thermoelectric material, PLD and low temperature physics research. He has multiple years of experience in providing experimental consultancy and data analysis guidance using X-ray diffraction and X-ray fluorescence to numerous research realms. These include quantum-material, superconductor, magnetic thin film, nano-bio materials and more. Dr Lee has conducted research using powder, thin film, single crystal X-ray diffraction and is well versed in Rietveld refinement, elemental composition analysis, grain size and residual stress research. Prior to joining Malvern Panalytical, he worked in the Institute of Physics at Academia Sinica for close to 13 years. He took on various roles as an X-ray analysis laboratory manager and postdoctoral fellow.
Dr. Li Bingzhong recently joined the Malvern Panalytical X-ray analysis team as an application expert. Dr. Li holds a Ph.D. in engineering and systems science. His main research areas are nanoscience, thin film analysis, thermoelectric materials, and low-temperature physics related topics. He is in X-ray materials He also has many years of experience in the field of analysis, including X-ray diffraction analysis and X-ray fluorescence analysis. During the post-doctoral research and X-ray laboratory director of the Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, most of the research teams required X-ray material analysis. Its types cover powder, thin film, single crystal diffraction and Rietveld structure actuarial analysis, and the field includes quantum materials, superconducting materials, magnetic thin films, nano-biomaterials, etc.
XRD application expert Dr. Li Bingzhong Plex Lee will share the optimal measurement configuration required when encountering these situations.
- Common powder samples
- Organic and low atomic number samples
- High fluorescent materials (such as iron/cobalt)
- X-ray source suitable for packaging battery packs
- A large number of sample measurement data analysis
Who should participate?
- Researchers engaged in material characterization and analysis want to expand their knowledge on X-ray diffraction
- Related industries include (but are not limited to) research in the fields of batteries, powder metallurgy, cement, mining and minerals, environmental monitoring, and pharmaceuticals
- Supervisors in charge of selecting the best analysis method for R&D or manufacturing
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