X-ray diffraction is a powerful method to use in the lab, however, it can also be used in manufacturing. While many people associate the world of manufacturing with assembly lines and large machines, x-ray diffraction is very useful.
Let’s take a look at 5 x-ray diffract applications that are found in manufacturing.
1. Process Control
When a product is being manufactured, there’s always a change that morphological changes will take place. These changes can take place in a crystalline phase thanks to a number of stress forces being introduced.
When it comes to manufacturing medication, these changes can affect the medication’s bio-availability.…Continue reading