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An experimental demonstration showing that a one‐dimensional focus can be produced by using the principle of inclined diffraction from a perfect crystal is presented. By machining a groove with a controlled cross‐sectional profile it is shown that it is possible to vary the out‐of‐plane...
Extended X‐ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) spectra near the Si and Ge K‐edge for SiO and GeO polymorphs were measured in transmission mode with synchrotron radiation at the Photon Factory, Tsukuba. The local structures and mean‐square relative displacements were determined in...
Accurate 20 K intensity data were collected on a crystal of p‐amino‐p′‐nitrobiphenyl (a = 24.348(1), b = 5.802 (1), c = 7.158 (1) Å, α = β = γ = 90°, space group Pca21) at the SUNY X3A1 beamline at the National Synchrotron Light Source, using a CCD area detector and a DISPLEX...
Synchrotron radiation small‐angle X‐ray scattering (SAXS) was used to investigate solutions of native DNA at different ionic strengths and temperatures. The mass per unit length, radius of gyration of the cross‐section of DNA and apparent second virial coefficient (A2) were obtained from...
Element‐sensitive tomography produces quality information in the field of medical imaging. This method, also known as dichromatic tomography, can be useful to visualize the distribution of heavy elements, such as actinides, without destroying the sample. One of the problems is to obtain a...
An optical layout for performing photoemission microscopy using synchrotron light from the storage ring Elettra is described. The microscope, property of the Technical University of Clausthal, was installed on an existing monochromator and the light is deflected and focused by two toroidal...
An ultrafast shutter has been developed for alteration of the time structure of synchrotron radiation from storage rings in the hard X‐ray regime. In test applications on the wiggler beamline BW6 at DORIS, single bunches were extracted from the incident pulsed synchrotron radiation with minimum...
A new experimental technique for time‐resolved X‐ray absorption studies in the sub‐second range has been successfully tested on the dispersive XAS beamline (ID24) at the ESRF. It consists of a sequential acquisition of energy points using the dispersive optics scheme installed on the...
Be and Al refractive lenses with long focal lengths provide a simple and efficient method of collimating synchrotron radiation. The divergence of an undulator beam at SPring‐8 is reduced from >11 µrad full width at half maximum without the collimators to <3 µrad downstream of the collimators....
In order to exploit the potential of modern X‐ray diffraction studies to its full extent, a new generation of appropriate detectors is required. Here, a small prototype (28 × 28 mm2 active area) of a novel two‐dimensional pixel detector is presented which satisfies most of the requirements....
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