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Bruker BioSciences Corporation to Present at Annual NanoEquity Europe 2007 Conference in FrankfurtBILLERICA, MA | Posted on June 11th, 2007
Using Bruker's cutting-edge NANOSTAR and D8 DISCOVER X-ray analyzers, materials scientists and engineers of today are able to understand and influence the properties of materials on a nanoscale level. The development of exciting new materials such as designer polymers and bioceramics and continuing advances with materials such as liquid crystals, metal-organic and thin film coatings are made possible by investigating and altering their nanostructures. Bruker's NANOSTAR makes use of SAXS (Small-Angle X-ray Scattering), a reliable and non-destructive method for analyzing nanostructured materials yielding information such as particle sizes and size distributions as well as shape and orientation distributions in liquid, powders and bulk samples. The D8 DISCOVER is the leading analyzer for XRD (X-ray Diffraction) and XRR (X-ray Reflectometry) with a large range of applications including the examination of the molecular structure and the characterization of thin films and multilayers.
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