Measurement and calculation of the spatial and spectral distribution of wavelength shifter

Thornagel, R.; Fliegauf, R.; Klein, R.; Scholze, F.; Ulm, G.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p653
Academic Journal
Calculates the measurement of the spatial and spectral distribution of wavelength shifter radiation at the electron storage ring BESSY. Magnetic poles of the wavelength shifter; Calibration of the high-purity germanium detector; Comparison of measured spectral photon flux with theoretical calculations.


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