We have the possibility to use various X-ray technologies in the different projects but foremost we use SAXS (Small Angle X-ray Scattering) and XPD (X-ray powder diffraction).

With XPD, spacings within the material is resolved on Ångström scale and thus it is used to analyze crystallinity and phase transitions. We have used XPD in studies where we follow the crystallization of substances in different environments, for example in a stability study performed in higher humidity. The amount of crystalline material versus amorphous has extreme implementations on solubility and other physico-chemical characteristics.Through our collaboration with MAX-lab we can also use instrumentation with synchrotrone source.