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Industrial Laue System for Crystal Orientation

15th Jan, 2021

Industrial Laue Systems Single-crystal materials play an important role in mass manufacturing products such as lasers and turbine blades. They play a crucial role in industrial applications requiring radio frequency GaAs substrates, CdTe radiation detectors, laser emitters, piezo sensors, InSb Mid Wave Infra-Red detectors, or synthetic diamond substrates for new quantum detectors. The fields of…

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Celebtrating Science – Dinner with Max Von Laue

12th Jan, 2021

Max Von Laue (9th October 1879 – 23 April 1960) discovered a phenomenon known as “diffraction patterns” occurs when waves pass through small, tightly spaced openings in a screen. In 1912, Max von Laue came upon the idea that X-rays passing through crystals might create similar patterns. That is, that a crystal’s structure would correspond…

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X-ray Micro CT: Using sCMOS Cameras in Tomography

12th Jan, 2021

X-ray computed microtomography allows the rendering of a virtual 3D model of an object with spatial resolutions in the micrometre regime. To achieve high resolution reconstruction, the characteristics of the X-Ray detector plays an important role. Besides other parameters, the size of the detector pixels determines which resolution is accessible with a certain X-ray micro…

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HAWK eye sCMOS 4123 Camera 24/7 Surveillance

12th Jan, 2021

Coming soon the New sCMOS 4123 Camera 24/7 Surveillance colour and NIR delivers low light level imaging down to <30 micro lux faceplate illumination. The camera closes the gap between Gen2 intensified cameras without image burn-in artefacts or halo saturation effects. The resolution at higher light levels is un compromised by the presence of a…

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Key Applications for sCMOS Synchrotron Detectors

1st Dec, 2020

In-situ beamline analysis is carried out using X-ray detectors based on next-generation scientific CMOS. These sensors, thanks to very low readout noise, are able to capture a single X-ray photon whilst maintaining intra-scene good dynamic range. Synchrotron detectors can be classified as either direct or indirect detectors which will sense from extreme ultraviolet (EUV) radiation…

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