Basic Accessory Kit

Basic Accessory Kit

2,807.00

TEL-582

A Kit of 26 components includes Collimators, Luminescent Screen, Film Cassettes and all the items necessary to perform more than 30 experiments.

Thin foils of Nickel, Copper, Cobalt and Zinc are included which are used to evaluate the Mass Absorption Coefficient. They are also used in conjunction with a Rotary Radiator which presents these 4 elements, and in addition Iron, Vanadium, Manganese and Chromium, to the primary X-ray beam. These 8 elements are sequential in the Periodic Table and secondary emission from them is analyzed to verify Moseley’s Law. The classical Bragg relationship can be established using large single crystals of Sodium Chloride and Lithium Fluoride and additionally Planck’s Constant can be derived from the minimum wavelength cutoff. Small minicrystals of LiF are included to record Laue and upper layer-line photographs. Finely divided LiF powder and copper wire strands can be used to demonstrate Debye-Scherrer analytical techniques with a special self-locating Powder Camera. The Powder Camera and Film Cassette included in TEL-582 have been designed for use with the Filmpacks.

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TEL-582

A Kit of 26 components includes Collimators, Luminescent Screen, Film Cassettes and all the items necessary to perform more than 30 experiments.

Thin foils of Nickel, Copper, Cobalt and Zinc are included which are used to evaluate the Mass Absorption Coefficient. They are also used in conjunction with a Rotary Radiator which presents these 4 elements, and in addition Iron, Vanadium, Manganese and Chromium, to the primary X-ray beam. These 8 elements are sequential in the Periodic Table and secondary emission from them is analyzed to verify Moseley’s Law. The classical Bragg relationship can be established using large single crystals of Sodium Chloride and Lithium Fluoride and additionally Planck’s Constant can be derived from the minimum wavelength cutoff. Small minicrystals of LiF are included to record Laue and upper layer-line photographs. Finely divided LiF powder and copper wire strands can be used to demonstrate Debye-Scherrer analytical techniques with a special self-locating Powder Camera. The Powder Camera and Film Cassette included in TEL-582 have been designed for use with the Filmpacks.