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    Pharma and Biotechnology

    Stable emulsions under X-rays

    Speximo AB
    Nov 2018 - Aug 2019

    Speximo AB and MAX IV Laboratory used the unique properties of synchrotron light combined with SAXS and WAXS techniques to obtain new information on the quinoa starches they use in Pickering emulsions. The findings are beneficial for Speximo’s future product development. Mixing oil and water Speximo AB is a Swedish company founded and run by experts in starch Pickering emulsions. The company develops oil-in-water emulsions […]

    Industrial production and Manufacturing

    A nano-scale glimpse into stainless steel brazing

    Alfa Laval
    Nov 2018 - Mar 2020

    Alfa Laval and Lund University used MAX IV to gain insights into the deoxidation process that occurs during the brazing of stainless steel products. These observations can help Alfa Laval to optimize its production process and solve R&D challenges. A leader in stainless steel products The Lund-based company Alfa Laval is an industry leader in the manufacturing of stainless steel products such as heat exchangers […]

    Metallurgy and Mining

    An X-ray look on an innovative steel

    Nov 2018 - Mar 2020

    Ovako has developed the innovative Hybrid Steel and wants to gain a more thorough understanding of its composition at the nanometre level. Together with researchers from Chalmers University of Technology they performed X-ray experiments that can help refining the production process of their new proprietary material.