A system for real-time video imaging of synchrotron X-ray topographs is described. It consists of a flourescent screen, a lens system and a video camera on a remotely controlled translation stage. An application of the system to the dynamical observation of multiple diffraction stripes in an elastically bent silicon crystal is described.
|Nuclear Instruments and Methods In Physics Research
|Published - 1983
|MoE publication type
|A1 Journal article-refereed