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May 21 – 26, 2017
Beijing International Convention Center
Asia/Shanghai timezone

Application of the SOPHIAS Detector to Synchrotron Radiation X-ray Experiments

May 25, 2017, 5:06 PM
18m
Room 307 (Beijing International Convention Center)

Room 307

Beijing International Convention Center

No.8 Beichen Dong Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing P. R. China 100101
oral Photon detectors R4-Photon detectors(6)

Speaker

Dr Ryo Hashimoto (KEK)

Description

The structural analysis for functional materials is one of studies which are recently very interested in application of synchrotron radiation science. With a low-emittance synchrotron ring, higher performance is required for an X-ray area detector used in experiments. A charge integrating type detector SOPHIAS, which was designed fitting to XFEL experiments, was developed by RIKEN based on Silicon-On-Insulator technology. The SOPHIAS detector has a 2157 times 891 pixel array consisted of 30 micro meter square pixels. The SOPHIAS is powerful tool in X-ray structural analysis because of its property of high definition and high dynamic range. The application of the SOPHIAS to synchrotron radiation experiments was started at Photon Factory, KEK (KEK/PF). Focusing to small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) for block copolymers and X-ray diffraction for ferroelectrics, synchrotron radiation X-ray experiments were conducted by use of the SOPHIAS at KEK/PF. In the measurement of the SAXS for a poly(epsiron-caprolactone)-polybutadiene diblock copolymer, the SAXS pattern has complicated peak structure originated in Frank-Kasper sigma phase so that the fine pixel of the SOPHIAS was very important to resolve the peaks. We will report the results of the experiments using the SOPHIAS.

Primary author

Co-authors

Dr Hideaki TAKAGI (KEK) Prof. Noriyuki IGARASHI (KEK) Prof. Reiji KUMAI (KEK) Prof. Shunji KISHIMOTO (KEK) Dr Takaki HATSUI (RIKEN) Dr Togo KUDO (RIKEN)

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