7 Key Factors When Considering a Benchtop X-ray Diffractometer
White Paper Apr 24, 2018
In this white paper, our marketing director of the America’s Kathy Macchiarola outlines the important decisions factors that are key requirements and help you select a benchtop system ideal for your situation and your needs.
Having managed X-ray diffraction labs at previous jobs and in grad school, Kathy knows that there are a number of factors to consider when the time comes to add or replace an X-ray diffraction (XRD) system in your lab. Benchtop XRD systems may be a compact and cost-effective alternative to floor-standing systems. Deciding which factors are key requirements for your needs will help you select a benchtop system ideal for your situation.
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