Papers by Keyword: X-Ray Optics

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Authors: Matej Jergel, A. Anopchenko, Š. Luby, E. Majková, R. Senderák, V. Holý
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Authors: M. Gross, S. Haaga, H. Heitzek, Mathias Herrmann, W. Engel
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Authors: Q.F. Xiao, R. J. Kennedy, T.W. Ryan, B.R. York
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Authors: G. Cappuccio, S. Dabagov, C. Gramaccioni
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Authors: Kwon Su Chon, Yoshiharu Namba, Kwon Ha Yoon
Abstract: Grazing incidence optics used in soft X-ray microscopes require supersmooth surface and highly accurate figure. We considered the fabrication of a Wolter type I mirror, one of grazing incidence optics, with axial-symmetric inner reflecting surfaces using single-point diamond turning. Electroless nickel was chosen as reflecting material Cutting conditions for machining the inner reflecting surface were restricted because of long arm of a single-crystal diamond tool. The machined Wolter type I mirror had approximately 270 nm P-V in figure error and 3 nm Ra in surface roughness. The direct-machined Wolter type I mirror could be successfully used in a soft Xray microscope based on laser-produced X-ray source.
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Authors: V.A. Kogan, J. Bethke
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