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X-Ray Crystallography

Using a narrow beam of X-Rays to produce an image/data that reflects the atomic and molecular structure of atoms in a crystal.

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The aim of this project is to use a narrow beam of X-Rays to produce an image/data that reflects the atomic and molecular structure of atoms in a crystal. The method used is called X-Ray crystallography where a narrow beam of X-rays is fired at a crystal, although most will pass straight through some of the x-rays are diffract by the lattice of atoms arranged in a crystal which sum and subtract to create an interference patterns at an angle to the main beam. The Xray Tube is currently working and I am currently developing a si pin detector and experimenting with raster scanning method. Imaging and data not intended to be scientifically accurate. http://www.hardhack.org.au/crystallography

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