The ionization chamber method of analysis was used. A Soller slit placed between the scattering material and the x-ray tube, gives a wide beam of nearly parallel rays; one placed between the scattering material and the ionization chamber limits the angle of divergence of the rays and yet permits a wide beam to enter the ionization chamber. Thus a large sample of material could be used thereby increasing the intensity without any sacrifice of resolving power.
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Morrow, Roger M.
"The Scattering of X-Rays by Camphor,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 33(1), 253-254.
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