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  • X-ray absorption beamline can be used in agriculture for the analysis of soil and environmental pollutants.

 

  • X-ray absorption spectroscopy beamline can be used in a variety of applications for soil and environment such as the characterization of minerals rich in phosphorus and potassium for the development and testing of new fertilizers.

 

  • X-ray tomography beamline has amongst its application the analysis of rocks and soil for developments in Agriculture.

 

  • X-ray diffraction beamline is able to obtain high quality data from different types of materials for the analysis of soil and fertilizers.

 

  • X-ray fluorescence beamline can be used in the analysis of chemical major,minor and trace elements. Within the broad range of applications are the analysis and characterization of nutrients in foods and environmental pollutants.
  • X-ray absorption beamline is useful for structural characterization of materials such as catalysts, glasses, ceramics, polymers and hybrids liquids.
  • X-ray absorption beamline can be used for the characterization of various luminescent materials,functional magnetic,superconducting,or for nanostructured devices such as fuel cells and batteries, catalysts etc.
 
  • Infrared nanospectroscopy beamline can be used in the development of new opto-electonic materials or photonic devices based on 2D materials.
 
  • X-ray tomography beamline has among its applications the analysis of rocks for optimization of oil exploration.
 
  • Macromolecular Crystallography beamline can provide accurate information about the atomic composition and structure of macromolecules such as enzymes and proteins revealing details of the interaction between substrates and enzymes suggesting improvement routes or inhibiting the action of substances for the production of bio fuels.
 
  • UV spectroscopy beamline can be used in in various industrial applications such as the testing of aerospacial materials under simulated conditions of irradiation from,e.g.solar radiation in space.
 
  • Soft X-rays spectroscopy beamline can be used, for example, for the study of magnetic properties of new materials, for monitoring the progress of chemical reactions for the study of catalysts, and for the determination of residues in intermediate steps of lithographic processes in microelectonic and micromechanical manufacturing.
 
  • X-ray Powder Diffraction beamline allows fast and non destructive analysis of multicomponent mixtures without the need for extensive sample preparation, enabling the characterization of materials for applications in metallurgy.
 
  • X-ray diffraction beamline is able to obtain high quality data from different types of materials for e.g. the analysis of oil and oil samples for the petrochemical industry.
 
  • X-ray diffraction beamline is particularly suitable for the study of structure of thin films and surfaces. Thin films have become an important field of materials technology being used in many applications such as microelectronics, optics etc.
 
  • X-ray diffraction and spectroscopy beamline can cover a wide range of applications for which it is essential to analyze the atomic structure of a magnetic or electronic materials on various temperature and pressure conditions.
 
  • X-ray fluorescence beamline can be used in the analysis of chemical major, minor and trace elements for the non-destructive analysis of impurities on the surface of microelectronic devices.
 
  • Small angle X-ray scattering beamline allows the investigation of substances from the nanometer to hundred nanometer scale with applications in catalysis and petrochemicals.
  • X-ray tomography beamline can be used to study the structure of organoids (three-dimensional agglomerates of various types of cells) for the development of new medical treatments.
  • Infrared nanospectroscopy beamline can be used in the development of new drugs and biological sensors based on nanoparticles, as well as studies and drug delivery efficiency in the level of individual cells.
  • Macromolecular Crystallography beamline can provide accurate information about the atomic composition and structure of macromolecules, such as enzymes and proteins, revealing details of the interaction between substrates and enzymes, suggesting improvement routes or inhibiting the action of substances for the production of more efficient drugs and cosmetics.
  • X-ray diffraction beamline is able to obtain high quality data from different types of materials for e.g. determining the composition of new drugs.
  • X-ray Powder Diffraction beamline allows and rapid analysis and nondestructive of multicomponent mixtures without the need for extensive sample preparation, enabling the characterization of materials for pharmaceutical applications.
  • Small angle X-ray scattering beamline allows the investigation of substances from the nanometer to hundred nanometer scale with applications in structural biology for e.g. drugs and cosmetics.

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