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Development of Multilayer Analyzer Array Detectors for X-ray Fluorescence at the Third Generation Synchrotron Source

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Author(s)

Z M. Zhang, G Rosenbaum, Q Liu, Daniel A. Fischer

Abstract

It is a natural to use multilayer analyzers as energy resolving x-ray fluorescence detection in the lower energy region to use multilayer analyzers. The analyzer array detectors can afford large detection solid angle, superb energy resolution, and reasonable efficiency. We have constructed a 12-element multilayer detector for operation starting at about one KeV. The detection solid angle at 2 KeV is roughly 3 % of 4?. The FWHM of the detector response curve can reach 30 eV close to 1.2 KeV. The fabrication and testing of the prototype detector will lead to the design of better multilayer array analyzers in this energy region.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the XAFS Conference 13| 2006| XAFS
Conference Dates
July 9-14, 2006
Conference Location
null, US
Conference Title
XAFS Conference

Keywords

multilayer mirror, x-ray detectors, XAFS

Citation

Zhang, Z. , Rosenbaum, G. , Liu, Q. and Fischer, D. (2004), Development of Multilayer Analyzer Array Detectors for X-ray Fluorescence at the Third Generation Synchrotron Source, Proceedings of the XAFS Conference 13| 2006| XAFS, null, US (Accessed April 17, 2024)
Created August 4, 2004, Updated October 12, 2021