2220 Campus Drive
Cook Hall, 1016
Evanston, IL 60208United Stateshttp://xray.facilities.northwestern.edu/
Last Updated: 12/06/2018
The primary function is to provide general-purpose x-ray equipment for scattering and fluorescence studies. The facility can also provide equipment for non-routine experiments such as, special attachments for high temperatures, vacuum or protective atmospheres, monochromators, special linear and area detectors, etc. Examples of current measurements are: powder diffraction (XRD), single-crystal diffraction, thin-film reflectivity (XRR), thin-film diffraction, crystal truncation rod scattering (CTR), small angle scattering (SAXS), Laue diffraction, pole figures, energy dispersive X-ray Fluorescence spectroscopy, x-ray standing waves, high-resolution x-ray diffraction (HRXRD), and grazing incidence wide-angle scattering (GIWAXS), and GISAXS. The X-ray lab also functions to help prepare students and postdocs for their beamtime at the Advanced Photon Source (APS). For more information about this facility, click here.
Equipment: There are presently thirteen experimental x-ray stations available, five of which have rotating anode sources.
Services are offerred outside of Northwestern University