Xeuss 2.0

The SAXS/WAXS laboratory beamline.

Xenocs Xeuss 2.0 is the ouput of more than 14 years of R&D in the company and integrates all the innovative technological bricks developed by Xenocs all along these years. The Xenocs proprietary single reflection optics together with Xenocs new generation of scatterless slits generate a very intense X-ray beam with an ultra low level of parasitic signal. The Xeuss 2.0 also integrates the latest generation Pilatus detectors from Dectris for unmatched measurement capabilities.

The unique performance of the Xeuss 2.0 is enhanced by a powerful software package for system control, data acquisition & analysis. Based on SPEC from Certified Scientific Software, the Xeuss 2.0 control & data acquisition software features both easy to use graphical user interface and macro script mode for quick system access and advanced operations. The Xeuss 2.0 data processing & analysis software was developed on the basis of an exclusive partnership with Soleil synchrotron in France.
Benefitting from the experience of our customers, the Xeuss 2.0 also combines full flexibility and ergonomics. It is an open system, adaptable and upgradable to meet the needs of your application and experimental environment.

​Article Journal​ doi​ Applications
​Adduct modified nano-clay mineral dispersed polystyrene nanocomposites as advanced corrosion resistance coatings for aluminum alloys ​Applied Clay Science ​10.1016/j.clay.2016.03.005 ​Composites
​From solvent-cast to annealed and poled poly(VDF-co-TrFE) films: New insights on the defective ferroelectric phase ​Polymer ​10.1016/j.polymer.2016.10.010 ​Crystallization
​Impact of aluminum on the structure of geopolymers from the early stages to consolidated material ​Cement and Concrete Research ​10.1016/j.cemconres.2016.09.009 ​Composites
​Integration of lysozyme into chitosan nanoparticles for improving antibacterial activity ​Carbohydrate Polymers ​10.1016/j.carbpol.2016.08.076 ​Bioscience, Nanoparticles
​Mind the microgap in Iridescent cellulose nanocrystal films ​Advanced Materials ​10.1002/adma.201603560 ​Liquid crystals
​Small-Angle Scattering Analysis of Empty or Loaded Hierarchical Porous Materials ​The Journal of Physical Chemistry C ​10.1021/acs.jpcc.5b09556 ​Mesoporous
​The extent of maize starch crystal melting as a critical factor in the isolation of amylose via aqueous leaching ​Food Hydrocolloids ​10.1016/j.foodhyd.2016.04.044 ​Other polymers
​A high performance BaTiO3-grafted-GO-laden poly(ethylene oxide)-based membrane as an electrolyte for all solid lithium-batteries ​Materials Chemistry Frontirs ​10.1039/C6QM00098C ​Composites
​Crack growth mechanism of styrene-butadiene rubber filled with silica nanoparticles studied by small angle X-ray scattering ​RSC Advances ​10.1039/C5RA26238K ​Composites
​Effective enhancement of the creep resistance in isotactic polypropylene by elevated concentrations of DMDBS ​RSC Advances ​10.1039/C6RA18761G ​Other polymers
​Hydrazinium-loaded perovskite solar cells with enhanced performance and stability ​Journal of Materials Chemistry C ​10.1039/C6TA08215G ​Photovoltaics
​Phase Behaviors of PU/SPI Green Composites Using SAXS Profiles ​Advances in Polymer Technology ​10.1002/adv.21526 ​Crystallization
​Molecular relaxation and dynamic rheology of “cluster phaseâ€-free ionomers based on lanthanum(III)-neutralized low-carboxylated poly(methyl methacrylate) ​RSC Advances ​10.1039/C6RA10135F ​Other polymers
​Polycaprolactone–Polyaniline Blend: Effects of the Addition of Cysteine on the Structural and Molecular Properties ​The Journal of Physical Chemistry C ​10.1021/acs.jpcc.6b10011 ​Colloids, Composites
​Structural diversity and phase behavior of brush bloc copolymers nanocomposites ​Macromolecules ​10.1021/acs.macromol.6b01602 ​Self-assembly
​Structural Transitions in Solution-Cast Films of a New AABB Type Thiophene Copolymer ​Macromolecules ​10.1021/acs.macromol.6b02218 ​Photovoltaics