D8 DISCOVER, X-ray diffraction

Non-Coplanar or “In-Plane” GID Solutions for Soft Matter and Crystalline Materials

XRD Lab Report - D8 DISCOVER

Non-Coplanar Lab Report, XRD

Non-coplanar GID (Grazing Incidence Diffraction) emerged in the early 1990s as a technique for investigating the near-surface region of samples (ten or fewer nm beneath the air-sample interface).

 

It exploits the high intensity of the total external reflection condition while simultaneously Bragg-diffracting from planes that are nearly perpendicular to the sample surface.