The following articles are a selection of those recently accepted for publication in Journal of Synchrotron Radiation.
See also Forthcoming articles in all IUCr journals.
Synopsis: Expressions are given to match X-ray data collection facilities to the intrinsic diffraction properties of crystals with different degrees of perfection.
Synopsis: The software suite SITENNO is developed for processing diffraction data collected in coherent X-ray diffraction imaging experiments of non-crystalline particles using an X-ray free-electron laser.
Synopsis: The recent development of instrumentation for coherent diffraction imaging with hard X-rays is presented. The three-dimensional structure of a cluster made of randomly assembled Fe2P nanorods has been revealed using coherent 8 keV X-rays.
Synopsis: A description of the upgraded beamline X25 at the NSLS, operated by the PXRR and the Photon Sciences Directorate serving the Macromolecular Crystallography community, is presented.
Synopsis: The collimating L-shaped laterally graded multilayer mirror is a vital part of the ultrahigh-resolution inelastic X-ray scattering spectrometer at NSLS-II. This article presents numerical evaluation and experimental characterization of the mirror performance as well as the technical requirements of its operation.
Synopsis: A bent Laue beam-expanding double-crystal monochromator was developed and tested at the Biomedical Imaging and Therapy beamline at the Canadian Light Source. The expander will reduce scanning time for micro-computed tomography and allow dynamic imaging that has not previously been possible at this beamline.
Synopsis: An in-vacuum PILATUS 1M detector that covers a photon energy range from 10 keV down to 1.75 keV is characterized in terms of radiometric and geometric properties with low uncertainties. Benefits of photon energies below 5 keV are demonstrated by grazing-incidence small-angle X-ray scattering measurements.
Synopsis: A novel method is proposed for the correction of self-absorption effects of extended X-ray absorption fine structure measured in the fluorescence mode on single-layer or multilayer samples. The validity of this method is verified by good agreements on the corrected spectra of a Cr/C multilayer measured at different experimental geometries.
Synopsis: A method for unsupervised identification of biological cells in X-ray fluorescence microscopy data is described, allowing us to obtain distributions for elemental content by cell type without manual labeling.
Synopsis: A new method of harmonics suppression based on X-ray refractive optics has been proposed and attenuation of higher-orders harmonics to five orders of magnitude using the monochromator detuning was achieved.
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