The NSC User Facility is anticipating the delivery of a Xenocs Xeuss 3.0 HR in the first quarter of 2022, which is capable of measuring particle size distribution ranging from few nanometers to more than 350 nm in diameter, crystallization rates and lamellar structure of semicrystalline polymers, the size and shape analysis of surfactants or proteins in solutions, the organization and orientation of nanomaterials at atomic or nanoscale, in bulk phases or at surfaces, the phase segregation studies of alloys, and in situ studies of nanostructure transitions.
To gain access to this instrument (run samples in person), please check to see if your PI has filled out the NSC User Agreement. If you are uncertain if your PI has completed a NSC User Agreement, please contact Corey Hines. If your PI has completed an NSC User Agreement, then please fill out this form to request access/schedule training on the Xenocs Xeuss 3.0 HR.
If you would like to submit a sample for analysis, please click here.
For users who already have access to this instrument, instrument time can be scheduled here.
Funding for this instrument was provided by the M. J. Murdock Trust, Grant #SR-202016425.