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Existing theory is developed further for description of transition radiation (TR) emitted by low‐energy storage‐ring synchrotrons. It takes into account the fact that the dielectric constant of the TR target material is a complex function, introduces an expression for the number of passes of...
The identification of genes involved in metal metabolism in plants requires the `screening' of thousands of genetic variants. While inductively coupled plasma mass‐spectroscopy has been used to identify variants with an altered total metal concentration, a more convenient high‐throughput...
The use and application of charge coupled device (CCD) area detectors for high‐resolution specular X‐ray reflectivity is discussed. Direct comparison of high‐resolution specular X‐ray reflectivity data measured with CCD area detectors and traditional X‐ray scintillator (`point')...
A compact diffraction‐reaction chamber, using a 2‐inch photodiode array detector, has been employed to investigate the chemical dynamics at the combustion front of a selected series of refractory metal carbides and di‐borides from their constituent element reactants as well as binary...
While assembling the high‐resolution graphics for Fig. 2 of Smilgies et al. (J. Synchrotron Rad. (2005). 12, 807811), the curve from the bottom panel was erroneously repeated in the top panel. Below is the corrected figure.
The correlated Einstein and Debye models for EXAFS parallel mean‐square relative displacement (MSRD) are derived from the general expression in terms of eigenfrequencies and eigenvectors of the dynamical matrix, without ad hoc assumptions. The two models are generalized to parameterize also the...
The impact of decreased zone height on the focal properties of hard X‐ray Bragg–Fresnel zone plates has been studied by numerical simulation. Decreased zone height allows for smaller zone widths and, although the efficiency of the lens is decreased, the signal‐to‐background ratio in the...
A Ge pixel array detector with 100 segments was applied to fluorescence X‐ray absorption spectroscopy, probing the local structure of high‐temperature superconducting thin‐film single crystals (100 nm in thickness). Independent monitoring of pixel signals allows real‐time inspection of...
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