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Since its inception in Japan in 1951, Rigaku has been at the forefront of analytical and industrial instrumentation technology. In fact, Rigaku means physical science in Japanese, the core of instrumentation. With hundreds of major innovations to its credit, Rigaku and its subsidiary companies are world leaders in the fields of protein and small molecule X-ray crystallography, general X-ray diffraction, X-ray spectrometry, semiconductor metrology, automation, cryogenics and X-ray optics. Rigaku employs over 1,000 people worldwide in the manufacture and support of its analytical equipment.

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  • Products

    Intelligent X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) System

    The SmartLab is the most novel high-resolution X-ray diffractometer available today more

  • Videos

    Intelligent X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) System

    Perhaps the most novel feature of the SmartLab X-ray diffractometer is the new SmartLab Studio II software, which provides the user with an intelligent User Guidance expert system functionality that guides the operator through the intricacies of each experiment. It is like having an expert ... more

    Rigaku Corporate Video

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  • Job Offers

    Sales Manager XRD/SCX

    A direct sales position at Rigaku Europe SE managing direct Germany, Switzerland and other territories. The primary responsibilities are to acquire new customers while retaining and growing the existing installed customer base for all Rigaku products related to X-ray diffraction. Rigaku Eur ... more

  • Companies

    Rigaku Europe SE

    Since its inception in 1951, Rigaku has been at the forefront of analytical and industrial instrumentation technology. Today, with hundreds of major innovations to their credit, the Rigaku Group of Companies are world leaders in the fields of general X-ray diffraction (XRD), thin film analy ... more

    Rigaku Americas Corporation

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