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X-ray diffraction experiments under coherent conditions have been made possible by the development of new sources of synchrotron radiation, but make tough demands on the experimental apparatus. Here we describe the design and initial testing of a precision aperture that uses polished molybdenum rods as the slit blades. The device has an inherent asymmetry which is accurately accounted for by a simple modification to the Fraunhofer diffraction function.
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