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The PIXcel3D covers 2D and 3D applications in addition to all of the 0D and 1D ones. 2D microdiffraction brings images to the powder diffraction world, providing an instant visual on the sample microstructure. SAXS, USAXS, WAXS all make use of the zero background and multiple modes available on the PIXcel3D, giving your results a truly competitive edge. For GISAXS, PIXcel3D enables high-resolution sample studies at lab intensities, providing entry into a world that was once the exclusive domain of the synchrotron. Similarly, the frame-based data collection lends itself to methods such as CT, which once required dedicated instruments. New data processing methods are continuously evolving, the latest of which is ultra-fast reciprocal space mapping (URSM) in which every pixel strip contributes unique (Qx,Qy) values in the data set for a reciprocal space map.


The analytical heart of SuperQ includes state-of-the-art proven spectra interpretation, data treatment and matrix correction algorithms. Once a method has been created the routine operation is straightforward and intuitive. Visual menus permit routine operation by all. SuperQ provides a flexible and logical reporting format and is ready for automation. Furthermore, SuperQ can seamlessly deliver results to all LIMS formats and optimal efficiency can be achieved by the simple addition of a barcode reader. Although the software contains all features needed to obtain accurate results, it can also be augmented to meet advanced analytical requirements while keeping the usability for routine operators simple. Designed for the most stringent analytical protocols, SuperQ includes a wealth of expandable optional modules.

ASD TerraSpec Halo/Applications
ASD TerraSpec Halo/Applications

The immediate mineralogy feedback to the field geologist or drill operator provided by TerraSpec Halo enables real-time decisions that improve response times and more effectively manage exploration program costs. This may be in the form of faster delineation of an alteration halo leading to quicker (and more affordable) characterization of an ore body, to on-the-rig mineralogy analysis allowing for optimum usage of drilling time, or faster confirmation the presence of problem gangue minerals at active mine sites.