|00:00:00||AMASS - our new advanced software suite for the analysis of layered structures|
|00:08:40||AMASS Basic Functions|
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|00:11:27||AMASS Functionality – Peak Position Based Calculations|
|00:12:39||HR and XRR Option – Simulation and Fitting|
|00:14:48||Live Demo Video|
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|00:15:13||AMASS Application Guide|
|00:15:13||Crossover From Existing Licenses|
|00:17:17||Thank you for your attentionQuestion & Answer SessionListening live:Ask your question by typing within the Q & A chat facility Listening on-demand:Send your questions firstname.lastname@example.org|
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Our new software suite AMASS (Advanced Material Analysis and Simulation Software) offers a wealth of key information to characterize your layered structures. Join this live webinar to learn what the new AMASS toolbox for X-ray scattering data from layered structures can offer you.
The suite comprises new comprehensive functionality to display, analyze, simulate and to fit X-ray data from thin-film layered structures. These thin layers can range from near-perfect single crystals (for example: III-V semiconductor laser structures), textured polycrystalline films (for example: magnetic oxide layers) to evenly layered amorphous films. The new intuitive GUI allows the fast and easy determination of key thin-film parameters, such as mismatch and relaxation, composition and layer thickness, density, roughness and more.
Join this webinar to learn what AMASS offers you for the characterization of your layered structures and to ask your questions during the live Q+A session.
Dr. Joachim F. Woitok is XRD Product Manager at Malvern Panalytical working specifically on characterization
solutions for scientific and industrial thin films. Joachim is looking back on more than 30 years experience on
developing and applying X-ray methods for the characterization of thin layered structures.