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Characterization and Comparison of Detector Systems for Large Area X-ray Imaging

  • Jeffrey M. Davis (a1), Julia Schmidt (a2), Martin Huth (a2), Sebastian Ihle (a2), Daniel Steigenhofer (a2), Peter Holl (a2), Gerhard Lutz (a2), Udo Weber (a1), Adrian Niculae (a1), Heike Soltau (a1) and Lothar Struder (a2)...
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[1] Struder, L., Fiorini, C., Gatti, E., et al, High resolution non dispersive x-ray spectroscopy with state of the art silicon detectors. Mikrochimica Acta (Supplement 15 (1998)11.
[2] Longoni, A., Fiorini, C., Guazzoni, C., et al, A novel high-resolution XRF spectrometer for elemental mapping based on a monolithic array of silicon drift detectors and on a polycapillary x-ray lens. X-ray Spectrometry 34 (2005) . p. 439445.
[3] Scharf, O., Ihle, S., Ordavo, I., et al, Compact pnCCD-nased X-ray camera with high spatial and energy resolution: A color X-ray camera. Analytical Chemistry 83 (2011) . p 2532. 2538.
[4] Romano, F.P., Caliri, C, Cosentino, L., et al, Macro and micro full field X-ray fluorescence with an X-ray pinhole camera presenting high energy and high spatial resolution. Analytical Chemistry 86 (2014) . p. 1089210899.

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