monochromatic x-ray

monochromatic x-ray

modality involving a single photon energy; in pure form equivalent to gamma rays from a radionuclide.
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In this experiment, we used a monochromatic x-ray beam of mean energy 6 keV, 4.2% full width at half maximum energy bandpass.
The 4th generation X-ray sources deliver on the order of [10.sup.12] photons in a single femtosecond, monochromatic X-ray pulse.
The unit uses a combination of EDXRF technology combined with a monochromating optic to produce a polarized, monochromatic X-ray source.
The 112 Joint Engineering, Environmental and Processing Beamline Experimental Hutch 2 - Jeep EH2 - produces one of the largest high-energy monochromatic X-ray beams of any synchrotron in the world, and also has an exceptionally large sample mounting stage, housed in a specially constructed end-station.
The principle of this method measurement consists of monochromatic x-ray beam diffraction at the high diffraction angle 2[theta] on the surface of material (Majerik & Esse, 2009).
Using monochromatic X-ray beams and filters with multi-energy coated optics, the system produces high contrast images of screened items.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory (MSEL) program to characterize materials by means of this powerful probe began in the early 1980s, with the design, construction and commissioning of a monochromatic x-ray topography (1) station (X23A3) at the National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS) at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Using the high-intensity X-ray output from a synchrotron or a conventional laboratory source, the scientists direct a highly collimated beam of a previously selected monochromatic X-ray energy at a target.