The Distribution of Short-Wave Radiation in an Internal Hole of Nanotube

Oleg Figovsky1, Dmitry Pashin2, Zufar Khalitov2 and Egor Semenov2
1 International Nanotechnology Research Center “Polymate”, Migdal Haemek 23100, Israel 2 Kazan State Technical University, 10, K. Marx str., Kazan, Tatarstan 420111, Russia
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Spectral dependences and distributions of diffraction intensity of short-wave radiation (X-ray, particles of corresponding energies) by non-chiral, chiral, spiral and radial lattices in the internal hole of nanotube are calculated. The significant increase of intensity, diffracted by some kinds of nanotubes at characteristic lengths of waves, is shown. Differences and abnormal character of radiation propagation through the hole are determined.

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