Maia was invented to handle high X-ray fluxes on synchrotron beamlines, with access granted through science merit proposals. New developments in laboratory-scale X-ray source technology with more stable and intense X-ray beams allowed us to make Maia available 24/7 in the lab – Maia Mapper was born.
Maia Mapper Capabilities
Count-rates and throughput Maia Mapper achieves count-rates on typical ore samples up to 5 million counts per second, which enables […]
The Maia Mapper Story
Maia Mapper was designed and built at CSIRO as an Advanced Resource Characterisation Facility infrastructure project funded by the Science […]