Golosio, Bruno and Endrizzi, Marco and Oliva, Piernicola and Delogu, Pasquale and Carpinelli, Massimo and Pogorelsky, Igor and Yakimenko, Vitaly (2012) Measurement of an inverse Compton scattering source local spectrum using k-edge filters. Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 100 (16), 164104-164104-4. eISSN 1077-3118. Article.
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X-ray sources based on the inverse Compton scattering process are attracting a growing interest among scientists, due to their extremely fast pulse, quasi-monochromatic spectrum, and relatively high intensity. The energy spectrum of the x-ray beam produced by inverse Compton scattering sources in a fixed observation direction is a quasi-monochromatic approximately Gaussian distribution. The mean value of this distribution varies with the scattering polar angle between the electron beam direction and the x-ray beam observation direction. Previous works reported experimental measurements of the mean energy as a function of the polar angle. This work introduces a method for the measurement of the whole local energy spectrum (i.e., the spectrum in a fixed observation direction) of the x-ray beam yielded by inverse Compton scattering sources, based on a k-edge filtering technique.
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