CVD Diamond X-Ray Beam Monitors
Conventional X-ray beam position monitors interrupt the X-ray beam and motorized stages are required to move them.
Thin diamond foils, on the other hand side, offer the possibility to realize transparent X-ray beam position monitors that can remain in the beam. This application takes advantage of the fact that diamond is a low-Z material, optically transparent and radiation resistant. By measuring the fluorescence light generated in the foil using a simple CCD camera both, the beam intensity, position and profile can be easily monitored.
An alternative to fluorescence screen monitors are four quadrant photo detectors. They consist of a thin diamond photodetector with four electrodes that are separated by a narrow gap. By evaluation the four photo currents the beam position can be determined with high precision.
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Free-standing diamond fluorescence screen
Defined sub-micron surface roughness that allows light to escape the screen; High-precision reticles
Optical transparent diamond, doped for increased fluorescence yield
> 20 µm
Uncoated or AR/AR
Up to 75 mm
rectangular, circular or elliptical
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