Temperature-dependent sample holder for x-ray spectrometer

Jonnard, P.; Chargelegue, P.; Hombourger, C.; Thirion, J.; Vergand, F.
June 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun96, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p2417
Academic Journal
Describes a temperature-regulated sample holder of the x-ray spectrometer IRIS. Use of a closed helium gas cycle by the refrigerator which cools the sample holder; Working temperatures obtained; System's production of a high-resolution spectra.


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