Basic Accessory Kit
20 components including collimators, luminescent screen, film cassettes and all the items necessary to perform more than twenty experiments. Thin foils of nickel, copper, cobalt and zinc are used to evaluate the mass absorption coefficient. They are also used in conjunction with a Rotary Radiator which presents the above four elements, plus with iron, vanadium, manganese, and chromium, to the primary X-ray beam to verify Moseleys Law.
A single crystal of sodium chloride is used to establish the Bragg Relationships and finely divided sodium chloride powder can be mounted in the Powder Camera to study the Debye-Scherrer Pattern. Strands of wire covered with pure copper to provide the pattern for copper and finely drawn glass fibres are included so that Powder Camera experiments can be performed with materials of the users choice.