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February 2021

Discover how on-line XRF optimizes the mining process by using Epsilon XFlow

February 9 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Increase efficiency of operations by making use of continues elemental insights Increasing attention to the environmental impact drives the mining community to increase their operation efficiencies. By having insight in the elemental composition, mining companies can adapt the usage of valuable resources as water, energy and chemicals, better to the ores they are processing. By moving analysis away from a central laboratory to at-line or even on-line will increase the data frequency and therefor level of adaption to variation in…

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The Aeris live launch – Powering the new generation of XRD research

February 23 @ 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Taking X-ray diffraction to the next level, the Aeris platform just got better with its latest addition. Register your seat for free and be the first to find out more! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Summary Date: February 23 2021 - February 23 2021 Time: 16:00 - 18:00 AST Event type: Webinar - Live Language: English Products: Aeris range Technology: X-ray Diffraction (XRD) Agenda Topic Information & Speakers Welcome Meet our panel of experts. Dorothée Loorbach, Malvern Panalytical's Digital Event Host…

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March 2021

Going Beyond Phase ID for Metal Organic Frameworks

March 9 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Metal Organic Frameworks (MOF’s) are crystalline hybrid materials created from both organic and inorganic molecules by molecular self-assembly. Due to their porous structure, MOF’s have an extraordinarily large internal surface area that gives rise to many interesting properties, for example, improved selectivity, higher loading capabilities and robustness in catalytic reactions. Consequently, it becomes particularly important to be able to characterize structurally those materials in order to better understand and improve their capabilities. The most commonly used form of MOF’s is…

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10 Mistakes in Particle Analysis (and how to avoid them)

March 11 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

In this webinar we examine 10 of the most common errors in particle analysis. The focus is on general questions of sample preparation and evaluation, but also on typical peculiarities of certain methods such as sieve analysis or laser diffraction. The webinar is aimed at all interested users of particle measurement technology and is intended to provide assistance in optimizing your own processes and correctly evaluating analysis results. In this webinar you will learn about Sample preparation Dispersion, pre- and…

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Ask an expert – Get the best from your Rietveld refinements

March 30 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

The Rietveld method is a widely spread method for characterizing crystalline materials. While being extremely popular, it requires a minimum of experience to best refine your powder diffraction data. In parallel, all collected data on a powder diffractometer are not necessarily of sufficient quality to be able to extract meaningful structural information. In this session, we shall review tips and tricks for best data collection practice and see how much information you can extract from powder diffraction with Rietveld refinement.…

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Ask an expert – Get the best from your Rietveld refinements

March 30 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

The Rietveld method is a widely spread method for characterizing crystalline materials. While being extremely popular, it requires a minimum of experience to best refine your powder diffraction data. In parallel, all collected data on a powder diffractometer are not necessarily of sufficient quality to be able to extract meaningful structural information. In this session, we shall review tips and tricks for best data collection practice and see how much information you can extract from powder diffraction with Rietveld refinement.…

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April 2021

New advanced tools for processing and analysis of 2D x-ray diffraction data: XRD2DScan software 7.0

April 6 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

2D X-ray diffraction is one of the most appealing techniques for users who are interested in extracting every bit of information about their samples such as anisotropic features in polymers or crystallite size of polycrystalline samples. XRD2DScan is the Malvern Panalytical software for displaying, processing and analyzing 2D X-ray diffraction data. It enables you to extract information from 2D data in an easy and intuitive way. The latest version of the software (version 7.0) is the most comprehensive solution in…

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X-ray fluorescence versus wet-chemistry for the analysis of sulfidic ores and concentrates: Why you should change

April 13 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Wet-chemical methods have always been the gold standard for the analysis of sulfidic ores and concentrates for trading purposes and metal accounting. Historically, XRF technique was used in the analysis of sulfides, mainly for routine monitoring of production processes. Our customers demanded faster, cheaper and more environmentally friendly analysis of major components of sulfides, but with the same accuracy and precision as classic chemical methods. So we developed a turn-key solution for sulfide ores and concentrates. This webinar will: Show…

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May 2021

Ask an Expert: Transmission vs reflection XRD measurements

May 6 @ 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Practical tips on type of experiments to run, data quality to expect and more In almost every powder diffractometer, the reflection geometry is used. This is where the detector is on the same side of the sample surface. This geometry works very well for inorganic materials that can be prepared as flat samples with randomly oriented crystallites. However, it is very difficult to measure reflections below 5 degrees 2Theta accurately using reflection geometry. For instance, special care is needed to…

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Cement chemistry at the atomic level – Why the compounds in cement and their crystalline forms matter

May 11 @ 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Portland cement is composed of silicates, aluminates, alkaline sulphates, and minor oxides such as free lime and periclase. X ray diffraction technique - XRD – has long been performed to analyze free lime to give a direction in the clinker production, focused on the energetic efficiency of the process and quality of the product. Nowadays the same technique can be used in the quantification of all clinker and cement phases present in the production process, making possible to rapidly predict…

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