Collecting data in the home laboratory: evolution of X-ray sources, detectors and working practices

May 2013 – Acta Cryst. (2013). D69, 1283–1288 – Tadeusz Skarzynski

A comparison of different X-ray sources for X-ray crystallography written by Tadeusz Skarzynski at Agilent Technologies (now part of Rigaku Oxford Diffraction). Based on publically available information, he concludes that the beam flux density of the MetalJet source is expected to exceed the flux density from the most powerful microfocus rotating-anode generators available today.

Link to paper in PDF here.

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