High Precision X-Ray Measurements
A special issue of Condensed Matter (ISSN 2410-3896).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 February 2019) | Viewed by 40156
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Interests: nuclear physics; X-ray physics; detector R&D; spectrometers; mosaic crystal; radioprotection; radiobiology
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On behalf of Condensed Matter, we would like to invite papers for consideration in a Special Issue dedicated to “High Precision X-Ray Measurements”, which will cover research activities and possible applications based on the most advanced detectors and detection technologies.
Since their discovery in 1895, the detection of X-rays had a strong impact in physics and in medicine, and a huge number of applications revolutionized our scientific and technological disciplines: X-rays probe the structure of crystals, ordinary and exotic atoms, return information on the emission from stars and galaxies but allow also to image tiny structures or the smallest virus that ordinary microscopes cannot detect.
Efforts have been done to develop new type of detectors and new techniques, aiming to obtain higher precisions both in terms of energy and position. Depending on the applications, solid state detectors, microcalorimeters and different spectrometers provide, nowadays, the best performances to spectroscopy and imaging methods. The now reachable few microns and meV resolution open the door towards ground breaking applications in fundamental physics, medicine, life science, astrophysics, cultural heritage and several other fields.
The aim of this Special Issue is to collect original contributions from different communities and research fields, of the most recent developments in X-ray detection. Main topics will include nuclear physics, e.g., exotic atoms measurements, quantum physics, XRF, XES, EXAFS, X-ray optics, plasma emission spectroscopy, monochromators, synchrotron radiation, telescopes and space engineering.
Dr. Alessandro Scordo
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- X-ray energy detectors
- X-ray position detectors
- X-ray optics
- Pyrolitic Graphite mosaic crystals
- X-ray imaging
- X-rays in astrophysics
- X-rays in nuclear physics
- Cultural heritage applications of X-rays
- Medical applications
- X-ray interferometry