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Calibration and characterization of a highly efficient spectrometer in von Hamos geometry for 7-10 keV x-rays
AuthorJarrott, L. C.
Wei, M. S.
Beg, F. N.
Nilson, P. M.
Stephens, R. B.
Patel, P. K.
McLean, H. S.
Landen, O. L.
Glenzer, S. H.
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We have built an absolutely calibrated, highly efficient, Bragg crystal spectrometer in von Hamos geometry. This zinc von Hamos spectrometer uses a crystal made from highly oriented pyrolytic graphite that is cylindrically bent along the non-dispersive axis. It is tuned to measure x-ray spectra in the 7-10 keV range and has been designed to be used on a Ten Inch Manipulator for the Omega and OmegaEP target chambers at the Laboratory for Laser Energetics in Rochester, USA. Significant shielding strategies and fluorescence mitigation have been implemented in addition to an imaging plate detector making it well suited for experiments in high-intensity environments. Here we present the design and absolute calibration as well as mosaicity and integrated reflectivity measurements. Published by AIP Publishing.
|Journal Title||Review of Scientific Instruments|
|Rights||In Copyright (All Rights Reserved); “This article may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the author and AIP Publishing. This article appeared in Jarrott, L. C., Wei, M. S., McGuffey, C., Beg, F. N., Nilson, P. M., Sorce, C., ... & Patel, P. K. (2017). Calibration and characterization of a highly efficient spectrometer in von Hamos geometry for 7-10 keV x-rays. Review of Scientific Instruments, 88(4), 043110. and may be found at https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4981793.|