Interest in the easyXES100 and easyXAFS300 spectrometers is steadily growing. Customers have been asking about automation of data collection of sets of samples and also the possibility of integrating the spectrometer with accessories for special sample environments, such as potentiostats, refrigerators, furnaces, or reactor gas-flow cells. Addressing these needs is one of the primary technical goals for easyXAFS in 2018. In this blog post, we’ll discuss two of the early steps toward the larger goal of increasing the value of our spectrometers for the way that our customers want and need to perform complete studies.
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We at easyXAFS would like to thank and congratulate the Seattle CleanTech Alliance on the success of the 2017 CleanTech Innovation Showcase. This event, held in Seattle on June 26, brought together leaders in innovation, industry, and policy across the Pacific Northwest (US and Canada). With dozens of companies and 500+ individuals in attendance, the best and brightest were on display. Read more about the event and easyXAFS’s participation.
We are happy to announce the addition of Will Holden to the easyXAFS team. Will, who comes to us with a wealth of hands-on experience in x-ray instrument design and implementation, will be overseeing tender x-ray technology, including the new BRIMSTONE spectrometer and kromo x-ray camera product lines.
Spherically bent crystal analyzers (SBCAs) are important components for Rowland circle x-ray spectrometers in both our lab-based x-ray absorption/emission spectrometers and also in many synchrotron-based emission instruments.