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RE: [SA_scat] Windows for SAXS cryostat

In addition Beryllium is extremely toxic even to touch - so no contact.
bob stroud

>avoid Beryllium. The grain boundaries in it give a high background. IF1
>Beryllium from Brush-Wellmann might be good although I don't have any
>experience with it. (Henderson J.Appl. Cryst. 28, 1995,820)
>Kapton is a reasonable choice.
>W. Bras
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>>  -----Original Message-----
>>  From: sa_scat-bounces@iucr.org [mailto:sa_scat-bounces@iucr.org]On
>>  Behalf Of JDB Science LLC
>>  Sent: samedi 29 mai 2004 13:36
>>  To: sa_scat@iucr.org
>>  Subject: [SA_scat] Windows for SAXS cryostat
>>	From:	  lurio@physics.niu.edu
>>	Subject:	Window scattering
>>	Date:	May 28, 2004 5:29:43 PM EDT
>>	To:	  small-angle@aps.anl.gov
>>  Does anyone have information on the relative merits of different window
>>  materials for SAXS sample enclosures. I need to put windows on a
>>  cryostat
>>  for a SAXS sample and am debating weather to use Berylium or Kapton with
>>  Aluminum foil for radiation shielding.  Does anyone have data on the
>>  SAXS
>>  from window materials?
>>  Larr
>>  Laurence Lurio
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