Resources

Bruker
Huber G670 Guinier camera

The diffractomer operates in transmission mode with the sample in a thin layer on a scotch tape or in a glass capillary. The radiation is Cu Kα1 from a focusing quartz monochromator and it uses an imaging strip covering 100 degrees as detector. The diffractometer can be set up with a furnace covering room temperature to 1100 K, and a cryocooler covering 100 to 475 K.

Huber

Bruker D8 Advance

The diffractometer operates in reflection (Bragg-Brentano) mode. The radiation is Cu Kα1 and Kα2 and it uses a secondary graphite monochromator and a scintilation detector. The samples are loaded in small cups or on Si single-crystal plates. The samples can be set up in an automated sample changer nine at the time.

SuperNova Dual Source CCD-difractometer
SuperNova Dual Source CCD-difractometer

The diffractometer consists of a four-circle kappa-goniometer combined with an Atlas CCD-detector and dual micro-sources (Cu and Mo Kα1 and Kα2 radiation) with multi-layer optics. The diffractometer is set up with a cryocooler covering 100 to 475 K. The single-crystal samples (<0.2 mm) are mounted either on a glass tip or in a loop which are placed on a goniometer head. It was installed in February 2013 and is used for both small molecule and protein crystals.

Max-lab
Synchrotrons

We are having beam time several times during the year where we collect data at MAX-lab in Lund or ESRF in Grenoble.