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A Silicon Multi-Cathode Detector For Microanalysis Applications

  • Shaul Barkan (a1), Liangyuan Feng (a1), Jan S. Iwanczyk (a2), Bradley E. Patt (a2), Carolyn R. Tull (a2), Dale E. Newbury (a3) and John A. Small (a3)...

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A new class of silicon multi-cathode detector (SMCD) has been developed for microanaiysis spectrometry applications. The detector has excellent energy resolution (< 150 eV FWHM) and high count rate capability (>1 Mcps). An energy resolution of 143 eV FWHM at 5.9 keV was measured with the SMCD at 6 μs peaking time.

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1. Iwanczyk, Patt, B.E., Tull, C.R., Segal, J., Kenney, C., Bradley, J., Hedman, B. and Hodgson, K.O. , “Large area silicon drift detectors for x-rays - new results”. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci, vol. 46 (1999) 284288.
2. Barkan, S., Iwanczyk, J.S., Patt, B.E. . Feng, L. , Tull, C.R. and Vilkelis, G., “Vortex-A new high performance silicon drift detector for XRD and XRF Applications”, presented at the Denver X-Ray Conference, Aug. 2002, Denver CO, to be published In Advances In X-Ray Analysis Vol 46 (2003).
3. J.S., Iwanczyk, Patt, B.E, Feng, L, Barkan, S, Tull, C.R.; “High Throughput, High Resolution Silicon Drift Detectors for X-Rays ”, Presented at the IEEE Nucl. Sci. and Med. Imaging Symposium, Norfolk VA Nov. 2002: submitted to IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci. Vol. 50 (2003)

A Silicon Multi-Cathode Detector For Microanalysis Applications

  • Shaul Barkan (a1), Liangyuan Feng (a1), Jan S. Iwanczyk (a2), Bradley E. Patt (a2), Carolyn R. Tull (a2), Dale E. Newbury (a3) and John A. Small (a3)...

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