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An X-ray Diffractometer with a Mobile Emitter-Detector System

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An X-ray diffractometer with a mobile emitter-detector system is able to perform various X-ray examinations of a stationary sample. The design for this instrument is described, along with its operating principles and control programs. Owing to its high-precision angular movement sensors and its two detectors (one of these, a linear position-sensitive detector, has a working length of 100 mm and a resolution of <0.2 mm), the diffractometer can be used in both traditional and nontraditional experiments on X-ray reflection, scattering, and absorption. Results from using this instrument in reflectometry and X-ray tomography are presented as an example.

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Translated from Pribory i Tekhnika Eksperimenta, No. 3, 2005, pp. 99–107.

Original Russian Text Copyright © 2005 by Asadchikov, Babak, Buzmakov, Dorokhin, Glagolev, Zanevskii, Zryuev, Krivonosov, Mamich, L. Moseiko, N. Moseiko, Mchedlishvili, Savel’ev, Senin, Smykov, Tudosi, Fateev, Chernenko, Cheremukhina, Cheremukhin, Chulichkov, Shilin, Shishkov.

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Asadchikov, V.E., Babak, V.G., Buzmakov, A.V. et al. An X-ray Diffractometer with a Mobile Emitter-Detector System. Instrum Exp Tech 48, 364–372 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10786-005-0064-4

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