Another successful X-ray diffraction run at the Elettra synchrotrone.

Three of our PhD students (Karolina, Marta and Michał) had the opportunity to work (remotely) at the X-ray diffraction beamline (XRD2) at the Elettra synchrotrone last week. They analyzed multiple crystals using state-of-the-art single crystal diffractometer and got some awesome data. We would like to thank Annie Herouxe for her continous help and support.

You can find out more about Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste here and about X-ray diffraction science at Elettra here.


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