5 Nov 2019 | By Martijn Fransen

Why stick to reflection geometry in powder diffraction?

Since I made my first steps in the powder diffraction community, I have been amazed by the many possibilities for collecting diffractograms. In this blog, I’ll describe how I learned about the advantages of transmission geometry over reflection geometry for...READ MORE >

31 Oct 2019 | By Severine Michel

Malvern Panalytical Webinars

This month, we’ll present the first Focus on Food webinar series and Matthew Scholfield from GSK will be our guest presenter and focus on Biophysical Characterization of an RSV Antigen at Low Temperatures. PIck and choose the best webinar and...READ MORE >

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30 Oct 2019 | By Betsy Kenaston

Malvern Panalytical Presents: Spooky Stories in Materials Analysis

It’s in the crisp coolness of the air. The leaves are changing color. Fall season is upon us. We are in the midst of autumn and the feeling of eeriness is among us as Halloween approaches. Did you know? Our...READ MORE >

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29 Oct 2019 | By Anne Virden

Around the world in 80 particles – Snow

It’s now my opportunity to contribute to the around the world in 80 particles blog, and as we’re getting towards winter it’s time to start thinking about my favorite pastimes, skiing and snowboarding or in fact any way of sliding...READ MORE >

24 Oct 2019 | By Geneviève Labrecque

Understanding two major customer pains in sample preparation by fusion

Even though fusion is the best way to prepare samples prior to XRF analysis, some people are still annoyed with some points related to this technique. Here are two customer pain points explained. 1 – High accuracy of the weighing...READ MORE >

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