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High energy X-ray scattering and imaging, complementary techniques for material science

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In the talk I will present the high energy X-ray 12-JEEP beamline situated at Diamond Light Source, the UK national synchrotron facility, as a versatile instrument for material science combining X-ray scattering and imaging techniques. X-ray diffraction presents a unique non-destructive technique for strain /stress mapping inside materials or enables to follow in-situ and in-operando phase transformations during materials processing. X-ray total scattering analysis represent a tool to reveal a short-range order in highly disordered systems and amorphous materials. X-ray imaging can visualise a crack formation under external stresses or help to track particles formation during solidification. I will give some examples based on the recent research carried out by users and as in-house on I12 -JEEP to demonstrate the powerfulness of X-ray scattering and imaging techniques and the I12 -JEEP beamline.

This talk is part of the Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy Seminar Series series.

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