This report includes measurements on (1) silicon used in the Vacuum Double Crystal Spectrometer (VDCS) of the PML at NIST and the gamma-ray instruments at the ILL, (2) a second silicon sample used in the gamma-ray instruments, (3) silicon used in the vacuum double crystal spectrometer at LKB (known by the local acronym DCS), (4) silicon used in the Parallel Beam Diffractometer (PBD) of the MML at NIST and to produce SRMs 640d, 640e, and 640f, (5) a second silicon sample also used to produce SRMs 640d, 640e, and 640f, and (6) silicon used to produce SRM 640c.
Crystals for the LKB Vacuum Double Crystal Spectrometer
Inexpensive photonic crystal spectrometer
for colorimetric sensing applications.
Automatic electronic microprobe with 5 crystal spectrometer
(WDX), 1 energy dispersive spectrometer (EDX) integrated detectors secondary and backscattered electrons, automatic object movement.
The single crystal spectrometer
allowed absolute angle measurements with a mean total angle dividing error of 0.12" arc-sec and an angular step size of 0.06" .
integrated electron microprobe with 5 crystal spectrometer
(WDX), energy dispersive spectrometer 1 (EDX), SE and BSE detectors, automatic sample stage.
For contrasting data from polarized neutron-scattering measurements, they also employed a high-intensity multi-axis crystal spectrometer
at NISTs Center for Neutron Research.
The subject of the use of wavelength-dispersive crystal spectrometer
will research, particularly in the area of ??geological materials and biominerals-coated metal and particles of submicron dimensions (in this case, at low accelerating voltage).
Scanning electron microscope and X-ray - microanalysis system, consisting of: - REM - Energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis (EDX) - Wavelength dispersive crystal spectrometer
(WDX) - X-ray microtomography unit - Coating plants
Electron beam micro probe with 5 crystal spectrometers
(WDX), 1 Energy dispersion Spectrometer (EDX) integrated, SE-and BSE detectors, automatic specimen stage.
For graduate and undergraduate students and scientists in materials and catalysis, physicists and chemists explain the X-ray light sources, detectors, and crystal spectrometers
for photon-in photon-out core level spectroscopy, as well as the plethora of spectroscopic techniques that have been developed for it.
The instrument he used had crystal spectrometers
of unnecessarily high wavelength resolution and inherent mechanical instability.