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Diffractomètres poudre (3T2, G41 et G61)
Description de la diffraction sur poudre
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Diffractomètres poudre (3T2, G41 et G61)

Schéma d'une structure cristalline.

Le LLB dispose de 3 diffractomètres 2 axes :

  • 3T2, l'appareil de diffraction de poudre haute résolution
  • G41, spécialisé dans la détermination des structures magnétiques
  • G61, spécialisé sur la détermination des structures sous très haute pression


3T2 G41 G61


#524 - Màj : 06/06/2014
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