On X-Ray and Neutron Channeling in Carbon Nanotubes
Both X-ray radiation and thermal neutron beams propagation in ultra-narrow channels as well as glancing reflection of the beams from smooth curved surfaces reveal fine beam redistribution features that can be described within wave propagation theories. Recently all these phenomena were unified in one theoretical approach based on channeling formalism. In this letter general description of radiation channeling in carbon nanotubes will be presented, the peculiarities of radiation propagation in a fiber composed by nanotubes will be discussed.
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Document Type: Short Communication
Publication date: February 1, 2011
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