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A synchrotron‐radiation dynamic small‐angle X‐ray scattering (Synchrotron Radiation‐DSAXS) system using an imaging plate has been developed at the Photon Factory, National Laboratory for High Energy Physics, Japan, in collaboration with the Department of Polymer Chemistry, Kyoto...
Three‐dimensional images of the near‐surface atom arrangement were calculated from two‐dimensional photoelectron diffraction data by several imaging algorithms: (i) a basic method with a Fourier transformation at one kinetic energy over k space, considering the phase factor due to the...
A low‐energy positron beam is a unique probe of Fermi surfaces, defects, surfaces and interfaces. In high‐energy electron and positron storage rings (E > 6 GeV) it is possible to generate intense synchrotron radiation with 1–3 MeV photons by installing a high‐field superconducting...
In constructing a very long undulator it is convenient to separate the undulator into a number of sections with a constant gap distance between the sections. The properties of the radiation spectrum expected in such an undulator were investigated assuming ideal short undulators for each section....
A new soft X‐ray spectrograph for X‐ray emission spectroscopy excited by synchrotron radiation is presented. The apparatus is now installed on beamline 26 at the ESRF in Grenoble. A brief description of the beamline is given and then several components of the spectrograph are covered in more...
The properties of PIN silicon diodes as X‐ray detectors for EXAFS measurements with synchrotron radiation have been investigated. Electronic stability, linearity and noise current have been analyzed. The effects of diffraction peaks resulting from the crystalline nature of the diodes have been...
A high‐pressure low‐temperature cell has been developed for in‐situ diffraction studies of carbon dioxide and propane gas hydrate crystallization. The design and implementation of the cell, which can operate up to 3.5 MPa and down to 253 K, are described. Using synchrotron...
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