21 December 1988 Linear CCD With Enhanced X-Ray Quantum Efficiency
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We have built a linear CCD with enhanced quantum efficiency to x-rays. The primary objective is to replace an existing scanning pinhole camera used to evaluate x-rays optics that we are developing. The scanning pinhole camera can take up to 3 hours to acquire a single scan of data. Several scans may be required in order to evaluate an optics part. By using a linear CCD, an entire scan of data can be taken at the same time, which would reduce the data collection time for an optics part to a few minutes.
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Elden Ables, Elden Ables, Richard Bionta, Richard Bionta, } "Linear CCD With Enhanced X-Ray Quantum Efficiency", Proc. SPIE 0982, X-Ray Instrumentation in Astronomy II, (21 December 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.948705; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.948705


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