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The X-Ray SEF Scott Speakman 13-4009Ax3firstname.lastname@example.org://prism.mit.edu/xray
http://prism.mit.edu/xray This molecule is essential to life…
D. June Sutor, Acta Cryst. 11 (1958) 453 1015202530 2 (deg.) Intensity (a.u.) The crystal structure of caffeine was solved using X-ray diffraction http://prism.mit.edu/xray
Caffeine is a crystal because its molecule repeats in an orderly manner to fill space http://prism.mit.edu/xray
X-Ray Diffraction is used to study crystalline materials X-rays scatter off of the atoms in a sample If those atoms are systematically ordered, the scattered X-rays tell us: what atoms are present how they are arranged http://prism.mit.edu/xray
Anhydrous Caffeine 1015202530 2 (deg.) Caffeine Hydrate Intensity (a.u.) The XRD pattern of every crystalline material is as distinct as your fingerprint C 8 H 10 N 4 O 2 C 8 H 10 N 4 O 2 H 2 O
http://prism.mit.edu/xray 1015202530 2 (deg.) Intensity (a.u.) Basic Diffractometer Operation A detector rotates around the sample, measuring intensity as a function of the diffraction angle 2theta XRD uses information about the position, intensity, width, and shape of diffraction peaks in a pattern from a polycrystalline sample. X-ray tube Detector
http://prism.mit.edu/xray The X-ray SEF has Rigaku High-Speed Powder Diffractometer PANalytical X’Pert Pro Multipurpose Diffractometer Bruker D8 Diffractometer with 2D Detector Bruker D8 High-Resolution Thin-Film Diffractometer PANalytical Back-Reflection Laue Single Crystal Diffractometer Bruker Apex Single Crystal Diffractometer Bruker Small Angle X-ray Scattering Instrument
http://prism.mit.edu/xray Sample Requirements Sample Size Powder: 90 to 482 mm 3 minimum 1.6 mm 3 Solid: 10mm x 10mm min: 1mm x 1mm max: 55mm x 25mm 1” to 6” wafer Characteristics flat grain size <10 m smooth densely packed infinitely thick (>0.3mm) Multilayers: Co(10nm)/Fe(15nm)/MgO( 2nm)/Si 42 alternating layers of GaAs(104nm) and Al 0.941 Ga 0.059 As(127nm) Powder 3 specks of blue paint 0.05mm thick coating of air-sensitive battery materials brake rotor particles in suspension The Ideal SampleReal Samples
http://prism.mit.edu/xray Analyses Done Routinely in the X-ray SEF Phase Identification Crystallite Size Estimation Lattice Parameter Refinement Residual Stress Analysis Evaluate Thin Film Quality Reflectivity for Multilayer Thin Film Analysis Small Angle Diffraction of Nano- and Meso- structures Microdiffraction Texture Analysis In-situ Diffraction Index and Solve Crystal Structures Percent Crystallinity Thin Film Analysis Reciprocal Space Mapping Relaxation & Strain Defect Density Single Crystal Diffraction Crystal Orientation Twinning & Other Defects Small Angle X-ray Scattering order/disorder of polymers microstructure and porosity amorphous texture Discussed TodayOther Techniques
http://prism.mit.edu/xray 25303540 2 (deg.) Intensity (a.u.) Red Paint Pigment Mixture Phase Identification and Quantification 28 wt% Hematite, Fe 2 O 3 21 wt% Anatase, TiO 2 51 wt% Rutile, TiO 2 What phases, and how much of each, are present in this mixture of pigments?
http://prism.mit.edu/xray Crystallite Size Analysis Hematite: XS> 100 nm Rutile: XS> 100 nm Anatase: XS= 25 nm Are any of the phases nanocrystalline; if so, what is their average crystallite size?
http://prism.mit.edu/xray Lattice Parameter Refinement 28.028.529.029.5 2 (deg.) Intensity (a.u.) La 2 Zr 2 O 7 undoped 4% Y-doping 8% Y-doping How does doping change the lattice parameter of this fuel cell electrolyte?
http://prism.mit.edu/xray in situ XRD we can perform these analyses, and many more, as a function of: temperature cryostat: 11 K to RT Powder Furnace: RT to 1200 C Plate Furnace: RT to 900 C environment air vacuum inert gas mildly reactive gas time time resolution as fast as 10 sec more typical is 5+ min time resolution
http://prism.mit.edu/xray in situ XRD of lattice parameters 2122232425262728 2 (deg.) Intensity (a.u.) a axis b axis c axis angle How does the lattice parameter of LSO change with temperature?
http://prism.mit.edu/xray in situ XRD of phase composition How does the phase composition of this hydrogen storage material change with time at 150°C?
http://prism.mit.edu/xray 39.439.539.639.739.839.940.040.140.240.340.440.540.640.7 2 (deg.) Intensity (a.u.) Pd Residual Stress Analysis H2H2 XRD at 50°C How do stresses in a Pd film change with H 2 and temperature? Hastelloy
http://prism.mit.edu/xray Texture Pole Figures How are the grains oriented in this refractory alloy for a satellite power system? Distribution of and directions in rolled Nb-1Zr Rolled to 20% Reduction in Thickness (less deformed) Rolled 95% Reduction in Thickness (more deformed)
http://prism.mit.edu/xray Thin Film Rocking Curve 30.630.730.830.931.031.131.231.331.4 2 (deg.) Intensity (a.u.) What is the quality of epitaxial semiconductor thin films compared to the perfect single crystal substrate? Perfect Single Crystal Substrate Good Epitaxial Thin Film Poor Epitaxial Thin Film Horrible Quality, Not Epitaxial At All, Thin Film
http://prism.mit.edu/xray Thin Film Reflectivity 12345 2 (deg.) Log Intensity (a.u.) What is the arrangement and surface characteristics of a thin film of GaAs on a Si substrate? Thickness (nm) Roughness (nm) Density (g/cm 3 ) C9.21.090.98 Ga 2 O 3 1.020.202.89 GaAs19.40.355.32 SiO 2 2.10.712.76 Si∞0.312.33
http://prism.mit.edu/xray 10.056nm 5.901nm 5.150nm 3.924nm 88.2758.8544.1435.3129.4325.22 d-spacing (Å) Intensity (a.u.) Glancing Incident Angle Small Angle X-ray Diffraction Do quantum dots arrange themselves in a systematic manner with long range order? What is the average distance between the quantum dots?
http://prism.mit.edu/xray Microdiffraction How does the diffraction pattern change at different positions on a sample?
Group classes are held regularly to train you to use the X-ray lab independently Training for Self-Use Requires 1 hour X-ray Safety Course from EHS 1 hour Lab Specific Safety Training 2 hr Instrument Specific Training 2 hr Practical XRD Lecture 3 hr Data Analysis Workshop next session: late January or early February see prism.mit.edu/xray for schedule updates http://prism.mit.edu/xray
Assisted Use I will gladly work with you to collect and analyze data usually needs to be scheduled ~2 weeks in advance http://prism.mit.edu/xray
Contact Information Scott Speakman office: 13-4009A x3-6887 email@example.com generally available 10 am to 4 pm XRD Lab: 13-4027 XRD Computer Room: 13-4041 http://prism.mit.edu/xray
Upcoming IAP Lectures Introduction to X-Ray Diffraction Jan 17, 2-5 pm, room 13-2137 Nanocrystallite Size Analysis using XRD Jan 24, 2-5 pm, room 13-2137 Thin Film Analysis using X-rays Jan 31, 2-5 pm, room 13-2137 http://prism.mit.edu/xray
Workshops for Existing X-Ray Users Basic Data Analysis with Jade scheduled on request Rietveld Refinement using HighScore Plus Jan 29 and Jan 30, 1 to 5 pm room 13-4041 RSVP by Jan 25