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Time-resolved one-dimensional detection of x-ray scattering in pulsed magnetic fields
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FIG. 1.

(Left) Time-resolved data collection scheme using a strip detector. (Right) Front view of the strip detector with the Be window removed in order to display the active Si region. During the field pulse the detector is exposed for 20 μs and the full frame is read out every 50 μs (20 kHz) capturing the angular shifts of Bragg peak in 2θ due to magnetostriction.

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FIG. 2.

Line shape of the incident beam, with three values of photon flux differing by more than two orders of magnitude. The integration time was 20 μs. Different symbols correspond to different magnitudes of incident flux.

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FIG. 3.

Integrated codes (proportional to photon counts) as a function of increasing photon flux collected using 2 pC and 10 pC settings. Deviations from linearity at very high photon flux for 10 pC setting are indicated by a shaded triangle. The inset shows the data near the origin on an expanded scale. The threshold for peak detection is lower for the 2 pC setting.

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FIG. 4.

(Left) Typical pulsed field profile. (Right) 2D time-angle map of diffracted intensity of (8, 0, 0) peak captured using a 1D strip detector for a peak field of 20 T. A pair of horizontal grey lines indicate pulse start and end times.


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Scitation: Time-resolved one-dimensional detection of x-ray scattering in pulsed magnetic fields