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Title An apparatus for verification of absolute calibration of quantum effiency for charge-coupled devices [electronic resource] / by Rebecca Ann Coles.
Publication Info. 2012.

Location Call No. Status Notes
 Electronic Theses and Dissertations  Electronic Resource - WSU ETD    AVAIL. ONLINE
Note Thesis supervisor: David Cinabro
Thesis Thesis (M.S.)--Wayne State University, 2012.
Summary The LBNL Microsystems Laboratory produces backside illuminated, high resistivity, p-channel, charge-coupled devices (CCDs). A system was developed to test the quantum efficiency (QE) of the CCDs; the percentage of electrons that are emitted from the CCD surface per amount of light that it's exposed to. The QE system was designed and constructed to test CCDs of a much smaller size then what is currently produced. To continue testing, I redesigned the QE apparatus to make room for the new, larger size, CCDs while still preserving measurement accuracy. I removed the photodiode that formally sat alongside the CCD in the Dewar, and installed it in a separate container. Instead of the CCD and the photodiode taking flux measurements simultaneously, the processes are now preformed separately. The error caused by the separation has remained less than 1.78%.
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: Adobe Reader.
Added Author David Cinabro, advisor.
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