X-Ray Diffraction Simulation, XDE-01
Fueling our business by innovation and creativity, we are engaged as manufacturer, exporter and supplier of X-Ray Diffraction Simulation in Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India. Regular arrangement of atoms in molecules and extended solids is very common. In crystalline solids the atoms are arranged in repeating three-dimensional arrays or lattices. Information regarding atomic bond distances and angles is fundamental to understanding the chemical and physical properties of materials. Since atomic dimensions are of the order of angstroms (10 m), unraveling the relative atomic positions of a solid requires a physical technique that operates on a similar spatial scale, Diffraction experiments involving X-ray, electron and neutron sources have therefore played a very crucial role in unraveling these structures.However, the cost of the equipment and the hazards associated with these experiments have made them very difficult to be integrated and included in a teaching laboratory setting.
The present set-up overcomes these limitations. An increase in scale by thousands from short wavelengths of X-rays to the long wavelengths of visible light, and by hundreds of thousands from an array of atoms in a crystal or an extended solid to an array of dots, allows us to replicate the basic features of a structural determination experiment in a teaching laboratory.