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High-speed X-ray imaging camera for time-resolved diffraction studies

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Tipnis, S.V. ; Radiat. Monitoring Devices Inc., Watertown, MA, USA ; Nagarkar, V.V. ; Gaysinskiy, V. ; Muller, S.R.
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We report here on a high-speed X-ray imaging camera, specifically developed for time resolved diffraction studies using synchrotron and laboratory X-ray sources. This camera is capable of acquiring six X-ray images at speeds of up to 2300 frames per second (f/s). The system is based on a modified architecture charge coupled device (CCD) optically coupled to a fiber-optic taper via an image intensifier. The front end of the taper is coupled to a specially designed microstructured CsI(Tl) scintillator screen capable of providing high light output, very high-detection efficiency, and excellent spatial resolution. In addition to the time resolved diffraction studies, this detector will be extremely valuable in applications such as dynamic imaging of small animals, X-ray microtomography, and materials science applications. This paper discusses the design and performance characterization of the imaging system. Additionally, we present some preliminary high-speed X-ray imaging data obtained using laboratory X-ray sources.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:49 ,  Issue: 5 )

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Oct 2002

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