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The MX-40 has a very small gate capacitance (0.26 pF). This is accomplished by making the diameter (“width”) of the gate very small. View document »

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To gain a better understanding and measure of miniature x-ray sources so that performance can be optimized in your application. View document »

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The electron field-emission properties of carbon nanotubes enable the fabrication of cold cathodes for a variety of vacuum device applications. The utilization of these cathodes is an attractive alternative for the replacement of thermionic or hot cathodes for generating X-rays. View document »

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With the miniaturization of XRF instrumentation, there has been a need for a compact, portable, battery-powered X-ray tube. In 2001 MOXTEK introduced a miniature X-ray tube designed to address the needs of handheld XRF analyzers. View document »

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For a number of years the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS) has been fabricating and using single-bounce monocapillary optics to produce x-ray microbeams. With our current technology, these optics have achieved beam sizes of 5 to 50 of 2 to 10 mrad, and gains of 10 to 1000. View document »

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Moxtek now has a full energy dispersive detector solution with Moxtek’s MXDPP-50. We will present characterization details of the DPP with Moxtek’s XPIN® detectors, including resolution verses peaking time, resolution and peak channel verses the input count rate, and other characterization details. View document »

App and Tech Notes

Moxtek offers DuraBeryllium windows mounted in vacuum fittings (CF flanges) with a proprietary high temperature metal seal and both DuraCoat and DuraCoat Plus protective films. View document »

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Moxtek® DuraBeryllium® windows are the highest performing beryllium x-ray windows available. DuraBeryllium windows are light tight, have high x-ray transmission, are vacuum tight, and corrosion resistant. View document »

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Manufacture of X-ray tubes requires state-of-the-art characterization techniques. For many years photographic film has been the traditional technique for the characterization of the electron-beam spot size and location, as well as for taking X-ray images. View document »

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