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Figure 1
Design of the CCD detectors. (a) Lens-coupled detector. The X-ray beam enters through the carbon window and creates light in the phosphor. The image on the phosphor is viewed through a tandem lens after being reflected by a mirror. The first half of the tandem lens is housed within the X-ray detector (BM5) and the second half attached to the CCD camera with a PENTAX 67 mount. The camera and BM5 are coupled with a Philips mount. (b) Fiber-coupled detector. The phosphor is directly deposited on the tapered optical fiber. The CCD is also directly bonded to the fiber.

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