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Big Sky, MT, United States, 2017/07/31 - Bruker announces the availability of the LYNXEYE XE-T next generation one-dimensional compound silicon strip detector, further enhancing the performance of its popular D2 PHASERTM benchtop X-ray diffraction (XRD) system - Bruker.com. NASDAQ: BRKR
At the 66th annual Denver X-ray Conference, Bruker announces the availability of the LYNXEYE XE-T next generation one-dimensional compound silicon strip detector, further enhancing the performance of its popular D2 PHASERTM benchtop X-ray diffraction (XRD) system.
The versatile hardware of the updated D2 PHASER combined with the Bruker DIFFRAC.SUITETM software allows users the flexibility to create automated push-button methods for ease of use and to customize measurement conditions and configurations for optimized data quality. This benchtop system needs no water cooling or special power requirements, making the D2 PHASER unmatched in its ability to bring powder XRD to any laboratory.
The LYNXEYE XE-T detector features four times better energy resolution than traditional silicon strip detectors in order to efficiently remove unwanted radiation, such as fluorescence, K-beta radiation, and bremsstrahlung background, without meaningful losses in one-dimensional detection speed.
According to Arnt Kern, the Bruker AXS Product Line Manager for XRD: “The D2 PHASER with LYNXEYE XE-T sets a new standard for benchtop-class high-speed data collection, outstanding peak to background ratio, and data quality.”
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