Online demo of powder XRD sample preparation and analysis on the new Aeris compact XRD

Interested to learn more about XRD sample preparation, sample loading onto an XRD and data analysis on the software platform? Join our XRD scientists as they demonstrate on respirable silica dust filters as well as mineral samples using the latest Aeris compact XRD model.

During this live demonstration from our Sydney premises, you can be sure to see how: 

  • To properly prepare your powder mineral or respirable silica dust filters
  • See how the Aeris is the only compact XRD in the market - requiring no external chiller; simply 1 plug for power and you're ready to operate! 
  • The Aeris is intuitive and easy to operate; requiring little or no operator training
  • Witness the high quality results garnered in a rapid amount of time; beneficial especially if you need to make timely decisions to limit your workers' exposure to RCS or to alter your mineral process
  • Also you can see your sample analysed in real-time via the touch-screen pad on the Aeris
  • Moreover, you can zoom in on the results to see fine details on the polymorphs
  • Finally, and importantly, our specialists will demonstrate using Malvern Panalytical's XRD software on the results analysis and interpretation 
  • Join especially if you want to learn more about XRD, proper experimental set up and if you are evaluating the performance of XRD in the market

Présentateur

Dr Olga Narygina, Application Specialist for X-ray Diffraction

Dr Olga Narygina studied physics at the Ural State University (Russia). After completing her master thesis on high-pressure, high-temperature studies of carbon nanotubes Dr Narygina moved to Bayerisches Geoinstitut (University of Bayreuth, Germany) to obtain her PhD degree. Her work there focused on high-pressure, high-temperature research of iron-containing silicates and alloys. This was followed by a post-doc position at the University of Edinburgh (The United Kingdom) where Dr Narygina carried on with the material property research at extreme pressure-temperature conditions with the focus on the structural properties of alkali metals. In 2011 Olga joined Malvern Panalytical. She started as an application specialist XRD in our Supply Center, Almelo, the Netherlands. A few years later, she progressed into an XRD product managerial role. In 2019, Dr Narygina moved to Australia and joined the APAC product/application specialist team.

Questions les plus fréquentes

Who should attend:

  • Academia
  • Environment testing labs
  • Governments and ministry of health and industrial development
  • Quality control
  • Laboratory managers
  • EHS compliance managers
  • Anyone evaluating the performance of XRD instruments

How long is this webinar?

  • 20 minutes with additional time for addressing queries

Pour en savoir plus

Controlling respirable silica dust at the workplace webinar series

  • Why does it makes sense to analyze your own samples? Tips on how to achieve improved ROI on your own XRD instrument.
  • How to create your own respirable silica reference standards and other practical tips in adhering to strict standards like ISO 16258-1. Learn more
  • Adhering to new respirable silica dust laws and why you should consider X-ray diffraction. Learn more