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Current and Future Energy Dispersive EXAFS Detector Systems

  • G. E. Derbyshire (a1), W. I. Helsby (a1), A. J. Dent (a1), S. A. Wright (a1), R. C. Farrow (a1), G. N. Greaves (a1), C. Morrell (a1) and G. J. Baker (a1)...


This paper presents a review of the current status of photodiode array systems adapted for Energy Dispersive EXAFS (EDE) using a synchrotron radiation source. The performance of a conventional Reticon PDA is compared with that of a hybrid CCD. The specification of a new detector system for EDE is discussed in the light of experience gained with current linear detectors.



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