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X-ray Laue Back-Scattered Camera

The high resolution Laue X-ray camera allows a digital Laue diffraction pattern to be recorded with a resolution of 2774 x 1843 pixels and 14-bit digitisation.

The X-ray passes through the camera and is collimated down < 1mm diameter. The active area input dimension is similar to that of Polaroid film i.e. 156 mm x 104.4 mm. Exposures from a few seconds up to >30 minutes can be adjusted during manual or automatic crystal orientations before being cut. Twinned structures occurring during crystal growth can be unveiled using a high resolution mode.

Upgrades from existing X-ray sources are made using high precision mechanics allowing accuracy down to 0.05 degrees. A micro-diffraction set-up for both laboratory and or synchrotron sources can be provided on demand.

Specifications

Detector Materials HgCdTe / CdTe
GaAs
InSb
Window Materials and piezo/ferro electric ceramics Al203
Quartz
LiNb03
Metals and alloys Tungsten
Molybdenum
Nickel based alloys
Laser Materials YAGM
LuAg
KTP
Thin films / semiconductor substrates AlN
InP
SiC
Magnetic and superconducting materials YBCO/BSCCO/HBCCO
FeSe
NbSn / NbTi
Scintillator materials BGO / LYSO
CdWO4
BaF2/CaF2