Lurio, Laurence B.
B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)
Department of Physics
We expect to analyze data compiled from many snapshots of x-ray diffraction patterns. These snapshots will be taken with a charge-coupled device (CCD) camera, and these data will be processed by using NIU’s supercomputer, Gaea. By looking at the differences of these images, we can seek a working method for detecting the motion of small objects, such as molecules, with x-rays and a CCD camera.
Stringer, Tyler, "Characterization of a CCD camera for x-ray visibility spectroscopy" (2015). Student Engagement Projects. 12.
Northern Illinois University
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