One of our most recent builds was a box chamber for Cornell University. Austin Cao from Cornell gave us the following information about this chamber.
The new chamber will be installed as a “hutch” tangent along the synchrotron beam line. It will hold instrumentation with a diamond that diffracts an incoming x-ray beam (Bragg’s Law). For example: X-rays used to study metallurgical stress (think of repeatedly bending a paperclip––this is what happens to airplane wings!)