Fast ultrasonic wavelength tuning in X-ray experiment
A method of tuning (scanning) X-ray beam wavelength based on modulation of the lattice parameter of X-ray optical crystal by an ultrasonic standing wave excited in it has been proposed and experimentally implemented. The double-crystal antiparallel scheme of X-ray diffraction, in which an ultrasonic wave is excited in the second crystal, is used in the experiment. The profile of characteristic line k α1 of an X-ray tube with a molybdenum anode is recorded using both the proposed tuning scheme and conventional mechanical rotation of crystal. The results obtained by both techniques are in good agreement.
KeywordsCrystallography Report Synchrotron Radia Ultrasonic Standing Wave Molybdenum Anode Diffract Beam Intensity
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