A Furnace for Diffraction Studies using Synchrotron X-Ray Radiation

B. Buras, Bente Lebech, W. Kofoed

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    A furnace for diffraction studies using synchrotron X-ray radiation is described. The furnace can be operated between ambient temperature and 1 800 °C with a temperature stability better than 5 °C for temperatures above 300 °C. Kapton windows allow almost 360° access for the X-ray beam in the horizontal scattering plane and the furnace may be used in both conventional monochromatic beam angle-dispersive and white-beam energy-dispersive diffraction experiments. Details of the furnace windows, heating element, thermometry and sample mount are given.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalRevue de Physique Appliquée
    Issue number9
    Pages (from-to)743-745
    Publication statusPublished - 1984


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