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X-Ray Applications

X-ray researchers involved in applications as diverse as plasma diagnostics, EUV lithography, microscopy, and tomography depend on state-of-the-art X-ray detection equipment. As the world's leading supplier of scientific X-ray imaging and spectroscopy instruments, Princeton Instruments offers the widest selection, including soft X-ray and hard X-ray detection systems (energy ranging between < 30 eV and > 50 eV). We also have indirect and direct detection systems ideally suited to your specific requirements.

Coherent X-Ray Diffraction

Coherent X-Ray Diffraction

X-ray diffraction is a technique for studying the characteristics of matter such as macromolecules, crystals, powders, polymers, and fibers.
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X-Ray Plasma Diagnostics

X-Ray Plasma Diagnostics

Plasmas have technological and industrial significance in research areas such as laser fusion, EUV and soft X-ray lasers, lithography, and other areas well known for concentrated energy densities.
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Soft X-Ray Microscopy

Soft X-Ray Microscopy

Soft X-ray Microscopy is used for imaging and researching the elemental composition and structure of biological samples and more.
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EUV Lithography

EUV Lithography

In semiconductor chip production, lithography is a critical manufacturing method utilized to ensure both sufficient quality and high throughput. Optical lithography remains the traditional technique used in the semiconductor industry.
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X-Ray Spectroscopy

X-Ray Spectroscopy

Sometimes referred to simply as x-ray spectroscopy, x-ray absorption spectroscopy is an element-specific probe of the local structure of elements in a material.
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Streak Tube Readout

Streak Tube Readout

Streak tube readout is commonly used to obtain intensity vs. spatial or spectral information over time periods of picoseconds to nanoseconds.
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Micro-Computed Tomography

Micro-Computed Tomography

Micro Computer Tomography is a unique technique for the noninvasive, nondestructive 3D characterization of materials down to a micrometer scale.
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X-ray applications for Princeton Instruments cameras