Instrumentation for X-Ray Scattering

Videos 2.1-2.6 describe the instrumentation involved in producing and detecting X-rays in scattering measurements.

 

 

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    2.6 - The Multi-Angle X-ray Scattering Facility at the University of Pennsylvania
    (2016-07-19) Heiney, Paul A.
    A detailed description of the MAXS facility at Penn: rotating anode generator, confocal optics and pinholes, area detector, computer automation. Time 4:31.
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    2.4 - Collimation Optics
    (2016-04-20) Heiney, Paul A.
    Approaches to producing collimated, monochromatic beams: pinholes, slits, monochromators, filters, mirrors, confocal optics. Goniometers for orienting samples. Time 7:42.
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    2.3 - Synchrotron Radiation Sources
    (2016-04-20) Heiney, Paul A.
    General description of facilities for producing synchrotron radiation. The Advance Photon Source. Wigglers and undulators. Synchrotron sources in the U.S. and worldwide. Time 5:23.
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    2.2 - Synchrotron Radiation
    (2016-04-14) Heiney, Paul A.
    Synchrotron radiation produced by accelerating charge in a magnetic field. Spectrum and beam shape of synchrotron radiation. Critical comparison of tube and synchrotron sources. Time 6:36.
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    2.5 - X-ray Detectors
    (2016-04-20) Heiney, Paul A.
    Scintillation detectors. Area detectors: wire, image plate, CCD, solid state. Time 6:24.
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    2.1 - X-ray Tubes
    (2016-04-14) Heiney, Paul A.
    Production of electromagnetic radiation, and description of light as photons. Description of traditional X-ray tubes. Spectrum of X-ray radiation from a tube source. Rotating anodes, microfocus sources. Time 8:08.