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[SA_scat] Fwd: Multilayer X-ray Optics for SAXS

I received this in my inbox. I feel that it is reasonably appropriate 
to forward it to the list. The list does not accept attachments, so 
that those of you who are interested in further information should 
contact Xenocs directly.

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> From: sales <sales@xenocs.com>
> Date: April 9, 2004 10:11:54 AM EDT
> To: sales@xenocs.com
> Subject: Multilayer X-ray Optics for SAXS
> Attn : SAXS specialists
> Xenocs is a spin off company from Institut Laue Langevin, specialized 
> in the design and manufacturing of multilayer X-ray optics.
>  Our FOX 2D products are particularly well adapted for the protein 
> crystallography, small angle x-ray scattering (SAXS) and High 
> resolution systems (coupled with a monochromator).
> As a SAXS specialist, you can be interested to optimize the qmin range 
> and the flux level or to improve the background level of your set up.
>  In order to present you the advantages of our proprietary design for 
> the Fox2D optics, I send you here attached:
> -          a SAXS application note including the results measured at 
> the CEA in Grenoble
> -          a technical data sheet for the FOX 2D optic
> We remain at your disposal for any further information.

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