Journal Article Synchrotron X-ray Scattering Measurements of Disordered Materials

Kohara, Shinji  ,  Ohara, Koji  ,  Tajiri, Hiroo  ,  Song, Chulho  ,  Sakata, Osami  ,  Usuki, Takeshi  ,  Benino, Yasuhiko  ,  Mizuno, Akitoshi  ,  Masuno, Atsunobu  ,  T. Okada, Junpei  ,  Ishikawa, Takehiko  ,  Hosokawa, Shinya  ,  コハラ, シンジ  ,  オハラ, コウジ  ,  タジリ, ヒロオ  ,  サカタ, オサミ  ,  ウスキ, タケシ  ,  ベニノ, ヤスヒコ  ,  ミズノ, アキトシ  ,  マスノ, アツノブ  ,  T. オカダ, ジュンペイ  ,  イシカワ, タケヒコ  ,  ホソカワ, シンヤ  ,  細川, 伸也

230 ( 3 )  , pp.339 - 368 , 2016-03 , DE GRUYTER
With the advent of third-generation synchrotron sources and the development of light source techniques, X-ray scattering techniques have become feasible, leading to new approaches for studying the structures of disordered materials in a quantitative manner. We introduce a dedicated diffractometer for high-energy total X-ray scattering measurement and a newly developed anomalous X-ray spectrometer at SPring-8. As advanced methodologies for the measurement of liquids, we now offer three state-of-art levitation instruments for aerodynamic levitation, electrostatic levitation, and acoustic levitation at the SPring-8 beamlines, covering a wide temperature range of −40–3000 ℃. Furthermore, scientific investigations of glasses, liquids, and amorphous materials reported in the last five years at SPring-8 are reviewed.

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