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A Computer Controlled X-ray Spectrograph 43 SLEWING SPEED 300 o /min EXISTING l::.. '" 2° EXISTING~HIGHER ANGLE 29 over - DESIRED ~ SLEWING SPEED 300°/ min ~. shoot DESIRED l\Figure 3. Goniometer control (28 setting). Figure 3 shows a change of 2() to a higher angle and to a lower angle. Note that the desired angle is always approached from the same side to prevent any backlash errors. The total number of degrees that the goniometer is operating at slow speed may be changed in the program. 4. Detector 1.
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