The 5th generation MiniFlex diffractometer is a multifunctional multi-purpose instrument designed for the qualitative and quantitative phase analysis of polycrystalline materials.
MiniFlex is available in two versions. The 600W MiniFlex is twice as powerful as other desktop models. This allows you to speed up the analysis and increase the overall efficiency of studies. Another MiniFlex 300 model does not need an external cooling system due to its low power (X-ray tube power 300 W). New MiniFlex features provide maximum analysis flexibility.
The new 5th generation MiniFlex diffractometer is ideal for today's rapidly evolving X-ray analysis. The diffractometer delivers speed and sensitivity with innovative technology enhancements such as the high-speed D/teX detector (optional) combined with a new 600W x-ray source. A graphite monochromator (optional) in combination with a standard scintillation counter increases sensitivity by optimizing the signal-to-background ratio. If resolution is very important, changing the slits of the incident and diffracted beams will achieve the desired resolution. Due to its high performance, the MiniFlex is the only benchtop X-ray diffractometer equipped with an automatic sample loader. For X-ray diffraction training at colleges and universities or day-to-day quality control at the factory, MiniFlex delivers productivity and better data.
Each MiniFlex diffractometer comes with the latest PDXL software. PDXL is a full featured powder diffraction data processing package from Rigaku. The latest version of PDXL includes several important new features such as the Principal Parameters method for more accurate peak positioning, automatic qualitative X-ray diffraction analysis using an open crystallographic database (COD), and a user interface for structure clarification at a glance. principles (ab initio).
Introduced to the market by Rigaku in 1973, the MiniFlex was designed to allow beginners to get the same reliable results as the experienced user with a standard multi-purpose diffractometer. The new MiniFlex diffractometer retains the features that have made it popular over the years, including a compact size and rugged design. This allows the unit to be installed in confined spaces, is easy to operate and maintain, and has a very low cost of ownership.
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