A comprehensive solution for the characterization of nanomaterials.

The Nano-inXider is a comprehensive solution for the characterization of nanomaterials.
Benefiting from the unique technologies developed in the Xeuss 2.0, the Nano-inXider features unparalleled performance and ease of use in a compact package for simple integration into any lab environment.
Whether you work in consumer care, drug discovery, petrochemicals, renewable energy, electronics or composite materials, the Nano-inXider will help you determine the size, distribution, shape, surface-to volume ratio of nanostructures, as well as get information on the crystalline phase of materials.
The Nano-inXider also integrates a comprehensive and easy to use software suite for data acquisition, processing and analysis.

​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