X線小角散乱装置とそのデザイン [in Japanese] Basic Designs of X-ray Small-angle Scattering Instrumentation [in Japanese]
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In the last two decades many types of small-angle X-ray scattering cameras have been developed, including facilities for synchrotron sources. The fundamental requirement of such facilities is to provide X-ray beams of high flux and narrow angular width, which permit intensity measurements at smaller angles. Here the general principles of design and construction of laboratory instrumentation are described together with the definitions of some specific parameters.
X-RAYS 41(4), 227-235, 1999-08-30
The Crystallographic Society of Japan