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The Molybdenum K-shell X-ray Emission Spectrum

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Marcus H. Mendenhall, Lawrence T. Hudson, Csilla I. Szabo-Foster, Albert Henins, James P. Cline
Abstract We present newly measured spectra of the X-ray emission of a molybdenum metal anode subject to electron bombardment, using a very high dispersion

Disordered Heterogeneous Materials

Author(s)
Andrew J. Allen
This chapter describes the use of diffraction-based methods to characterize amorphous or disordered heterogeneous materials. Quantitative materials

Switchable detector array scheme to reduce the effect of single-photon detector’s deadtime in a multi-bit/photon quantum link

Author(s)
Cong Liu, YONGXIONG Ren, Jiapeng Zhao, MOHAMMAD MIRHOSSEINI, SEYED RAFSANJANI, GUODONG XIE, Kai Pang, Zhe Zhao, Long Li, Joshua C. Bienfang, Alan L. Migdall, Todd Brun, Moshe Tur, Robert Boyd, Alan Wilner
We explore the use of a switchable single-photon detector (SPD) array to reduce the effect of individual SPDs’ deadtime for a multi-bit/photon quantum link such

Defining 'kind of quantity'

Author(s)
David W. Flater
The definition of 'kind of quantity' given in the International Vocabulary of Metrology (VIM), 3rd edition, does not cover the historical meaning of the term as
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