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Full reciprocal-space mapping up to 2000 K under controlled atmosphere: the multipurpose QMAX furnace

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A furnace that covers the temperature range from room temperature up to 2000 K has been designed, built and implemented on the D2AM beamline at the ESRF. The QMAX furnace is devoted to the full exploration of the reciprocal hemispace located above the sample surface. It is well suited for symmetric and asymmetric 3D reciprocal space mapping. Owing to the hemispherical design of the furnace, 3D grazing-incidence small- and wide-angle scattering and diffraction measurements are possible. Inert and reactive experiments can be performed at atmospheric pressure under controlled gas flux. It is demonstrated that the QMAX furnace allows monitoring of structural phase transitions as well as microstructural evolution at the nanoscale, such as self-organization processes, crystal growth and strain relaxation. A time-resolved in situ oxidation experiment illustrates the capability to probe the high-temperature reactivity of materials.
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hal-03001167 , version 2 (05-11-2020)
hal-03001167 , version 1 (12-11-2020)

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René Guinebretière, Stephan Arnaud, Nils Blanc, Nathalie Boudet, Elsa Thune, et al.. Full reciprocal-space mapping up to 2000 K under controlled atmosphere: the multipurpose QMAX furnace. Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2020, 53 (3), pp.650-661. ⟨10.1107/s160057672000432x⟩. ⟨hal-03001167v1⟩
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