Analysis of Dispersed Conditions of a Nanofiller in Resin
- Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) -

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Summary

The small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) technique is an effective method for analyzing nano-sized materials. SAXS makes it possible to evaluate the particle size distribution in the range of 1 to 100 nm and the dispersed conditions (mean distance) of the particles even in resin moldings and films.

Comparison of methods for analyzing the dispersed conditions of particles

  SAXS SEM・TEM Dynamic light scattering particle size
distribution method
Particle size nm (nm~)μm Sub μm
Particle size information 3-dimensional
information
2-dimensional information 3-dimensional information
(Matrix is transparent)
Average inter-particle
distance
○ (2-dimensional information ) ×

Example of analysis of dispersed conditions of a nanofiller

The SAXS profile is analyzed, and the size distribution and dispersed conditions (mean distance) of the spherical nanofiller are evaluated.

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