RECX 2020 User survey

The results of the 2020 RECX user satisfaction survey are now available. Once again our users seem to be happy with RECX!   RECX_User satisfaction survey report

RECX User survey

The recent user satisfaction survey shows overwhelmingly positive experiences from RECX users, see the full results below: Hvis du kan lese dette, støtter ikke nettleseren din iframes. Many thanks to those of you who responded to the survey!

More RECX Publications!

The RECX labs at NTNU have been busy in 2016: Wang, K. Asheim, P. E. Vullum, A. M. Svensson and F. Vullum-Bruer Sponge-like Porous Manganese(II,III) Oxide as a Highly Effi-cient Cathode Material for Rechargeable Magnesium Ion Batteries Chem. Mater. 28 (2016) 6459-6470. Bergerud, S. M. Selbach and D. J. Milliron Oxygen Incorporation and Release in… Read More »

Some RECX publications in 2016

Here are a few of the exciting new papers published in 2016 by users of the RECX infrastructure in Oslo and at the ESRF.   Versatile electrochemical cell for Li-/Na-ion batteries and high-throughput setup for combined operando X-ray diffraction and absorption spectroscopyJonas Sottmann, Roberto Homs-Regojo, David S. Wragg, Helmer Fjellvåg, Serena Margadonna and Hermann Emerich;… Read More »

Looking into a working battery at RECX

Visiting Masters student Anette Gert Kielland has used the in situ battery testing setup at RECX Oslo to reveal the phase changes in lithium manganese nickel phosphate cathode materials. A short highlight on her work is available at: NAFUMA tekst – in situ recx1

RECX Oslo Instrument Scientists

The specialist scientists at the Oslo RECX lab can help you with your experiments and serve as contacts for instrument problems etc.: David Wragg (Overall lab manager, powder and single crystal diffraction specialist) Reidar Lund (Small angle scattering specialist) Sigurd Øien (Single crystal XRD specialist) Øystein Fjellvåg (Thin film studies specialist) Vegar Øygarden (Powder diffraction… Read More »


The Oslo RECX lab will feature in the TV program “TV2 Hjelper Deg”. Along with prof Carl Henrik Gørbitz we helped to analyse two brands of dishwasher detergent using powder XRD for phase identification and quantitative analysis.

Panalytical Webinar regarding thin films on June 5

We will be participating at the Panalytical Webinar regarding thin films on June 5 in ØU52 at the Department of Chemistry from 3:50 – 5 pm. You are welcome to participate with us or register online for the webinar yourself to participate from elsewhere. Webinar invitation RSM 5 June 2014 (pdf)