Nanoprobe Crack Free PC/Windows [Latest] 2022


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– Grazing incidence (GI) – The biggest advantage of GI lenses is that xray beams pass through the lens (as lens is thin) and reach the detector/sample. Using GI lenses, you can use a low-energy electron beam.
– Reflected X-ray (RX) – The easiest way to fabricate a high quality GI lens is to use a monochromatic (energy dependent) film. A commonly used film for GI is the polyimide film that is used for making protective covers.
– Pellicle effect – GI can also be used with a chemically-fixed biological sample. However, in this case, the refractive index is not constant. The refractive index depends on the local concentration of organic components and is lower in the area of stronger concentration. This effect significantly degrades resolution, especially in soft tissue samples, where the resolution depends on the organic content.
– Nutshell effect – GI lenses can be used with samples that contain small objects. For example, you can make GI lenses for transmission electron microscopy (TEM) using carbon films, Nb films or Cu foils. However, the images are distorted because of the space charge and the lens area should not exceed 2 micrometer.
– Synthetic tools – GI can be used with samples that cannot be fixed onto a specimen support. For example, you can use X-ray transmission-blocking screens to make GI lenses. These screens should be placed in front of the GI lens to block xrays.
– X-ray optics – Because of the high degree of focusing capability, GI can also be used with xray scatters optics. However, the degree of focusing of a GI lens is limited, and the intensity should not be so strong that it causes damage to the scatters optics.
– Other applications – In addition, the refractive indexes of GI can be used for sample thickness estimation. You can also use the GI lens to get the beam size from the degree of focusing for a rectangular beam. GI lenses can also be used to estimate sample size and linearity.
Systems/Equipment can be made for:
– Low energy (E1000 eV)
– Objective lens
– Symmetric (60 deg) and asymmetric (30 deg)
The following calculation was done using the formula that we have developed in our previous paper

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This is a free and fast tool for helping to determine the important parameters of a NANO-XRAY setup. Just enter the selected values in the tabs and you can calculate a pitch, collimator diameter, focal length, the distances between the X-ray source, detector and the lenses and focus.

source / detector options:

How does the x-ray source emit the radiation? The X-ray spectrum is composed of different energy X-rays with the specific wavelength emitted.


Pitch is the distance between the source and the detector.


Use this option to determine the distance between source and detector.


Focal length is the distance from the source to the detector and represents the size of an X-ray beam in the direction of motion.


This tab serves as a connecting bridge between the various parameters.

The last tab provides the operator with the parameters selected in the tab “source/detector options”.

Following the data for the X-ray lens and the detector selected in the “source/detector options” tab, you can use the tab “calculate” and then click on “calculate.”

The results are listed in the tabs below.

This free-of-charge application will help users to calculate the parameters they need and compare the calculated data with the device specifications.

* The use of different X-ray sources and detectors on the different system views may result in differences in the accuracy of the parameter values. The system views are divided into two groups: 1. Data from selected X-ray source (cathode X-ray tube) 2. Data from selected X-ray detector (PIXEL).

supported X-ray sources for determining the X-ray lens:

The X-ray tubes are divided into two groups:

X-ray tube based on a cathode with an additional electron flood. This applies to all cathode X-ray tubes with an FOV > 2π, e.g. BIB Atomik 5-20 (40-260 kV).

X-ray tubes with an electron flood and without a cathode, e.g. Elektronika TS M4 X/TS M4 (20-140 kV).

X-ray tube based on an electron flood without a

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This calculator for determining the parameters of an x-ray setup is available for iOS and Android devices.

The app is a calculator for estimating the size and divergence of x-ray setup with 2D-calculation of the distance and angle from xray source. In order to calculate the parameters, you can either enter the values directly or use the sliders in the parameter windows.

After the values are entered, you are shown the size and divergence in relation to the focus size.

If you want to know how the setup behaves, you can simulate the setup using the simulation tab.


2D-calculation of the distance and angle from xray source

possibility to enter the values directly

simulation tab for investigation of the setup

The app is a free calculator and the license can be used for any purpose.

Download the version with localization in

Change log:

2019-07-09: Add full support for iOS 13
2019-06-17: remove support for Android 6.0
2019-06-16: add support for iOS 13 with full localization
2019-06-16: update logo
2019-06-16: update bug list
2019-05-30: update readme
2019-05-29: add more supported parameters
2019-05-29: update to work with swift 3
2019-05-29: add further supported parameters


The software is licensed under the GPLv3. To use the app you have to agree to the license.

Questions, feedback and help are always welcome!

Small issues with the source code can be reported here:
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What’s New in the?

A compact but essential tool for any x-ray microscope application. Image processing and examination tools are included:
* colorimetry
* autofocusing
* power spectrum analysis
* size distribution analysis
* slope profile of scale
* nanofocus calculation
* dose estimation
* color check on the kV image of a reference object
* set optimization parameters for x-ray microscope
The application is not set up for multiple energy settings, but there is an option to perform a self-check for every energy in a monochromator.
The main difference between the free and full version:
in the Full version of the program there is the possibility to calculate the settings for the microscope used.


Reviewing software and other media for free is a fantastic way to help the developers and the community. In the most recent review of this software, user hajdari suggested and wrote a review of the application to help the developer.

You can download the application from the developer’s web page by clicking on the “download” link and save it to your device to install:Q:

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System Requirements For Nanoprobe:

OS: Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7/8/8.1/10
CPU: 1.0 GHz dual core or better
Memory: 1GB RAM
Hard Drive Space: 1GB free disk space
Video card: DirectX 9.0c compatible video card with 128 MB RAM
Sound card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
Additional Requirements:
Virus protection installed on the computer
Tested hardware. Hardware must work on current version of the game.