National contract notice: Liquid chromatograph-mass spectrometer with diode detector
Only the ability to detect space flow with the Zener diode detector
design reported by Cahill in the literature has been tested.
25[degrees] 20 FWHM X-ray Target/Excitation Rh Target Co or Cu Target X-ray Tube Voltage/Current and/or Power 5KV to 50KV/ 1 [mu]A to 1000 30 kV/ 20 W [mu]A Environment/Sample Type Solids, liquids, or powders Crushed mineral Detector Type Si (Li) semiconductor N/A Oxford Instruments Innov-X Systems Supreme-X8000 X50 Portable XRF Product Type Energy-dispersive X-ray Portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometer fluorescence spectrometer XRF Resolution N/A < 190 eV FWHM XRD Resolution N/A N/A X-ray Target/Excitation W, PD, or Ti N/A X-ray Tube Voltage/Current and/or Power N/A 50 kV/ 200 [mu]A Environmental/Sample Type N/A Solids, liquids Detector Type N/A Si PiN diode detector
The X-50 houses a 50kV, 200[mu]A X-ray tube and a high-resolution Si-PIN diode detector
capable of resolution up to 190 eV.
The new units use "Smart Beam" X-ray tube technology and a high resolution Si PiN diode detector
eliminating radioactive isotopes, removing government regulation, costly disposal or travel restrictions.
Use "Smart Beam" x-ray tube technology and a high-resolution Si PiN diode detector
eliminating radioactive isotopes, government regulations and costly disposal or travel restrictions
A simplified schematic for a diode detector
circuit, configured for a nonlinear simulation in ADS, is shown in Figure 7.
Tenders are invited for Zero bias tunnel diode detector
The model DT1826 is a tunnel diode detector
that is offered with either negative or positive output polarity.
Units use "Smart Beam" X-ray tube technology and a high resolution Si PiN diode detector
that eliminates radioactive isotopes found in most other units.
Oxford's patented proportional counter provides better sensitivity for elements of low atomic number, while the PIN diode detector
provides better analysis of heavy metals.
A possibility for future experiments is to determine if the incredibly sensitive Zener diode detector
effect can directly detect primordial gravitational waves from the inflation epoch, 3-space turbulence, as a background to the local galactic 3-space flow effects.