Visible light apparatus for preliminary tests of x-ray optics

Marco Barbera, Pelliciari, Candia, Dherbecourt, Herbert W. Schnepper

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Abstract

We report a useful visible light testing procedure for a first analysis of soft X-ray grazing incidence optics (0.1-2 keV). Although diffraction is a limit in the application of this method, great advantages are obtained by running the tests in air with direct access to modify the geometrical mounting of the individual mirror shells. We present the experimental apparatus and show the first results of the investigation of light weight optics based on plastic foil material and comparison with results obtained with an X-ray beam
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2006

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x ray optics
X-ray Optics
Preliminary Test
Optics
optics
X rays
Soft X-ray
mounting
Mountings
grazing incidence
Diffraction
Incidence
Shell
Mirror
Mirrors
x rays
mirrors
Testing
air
Air

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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Barbera, M., Pelliciari, Candia, Dherbecourt, & Schnepper, H. W. (2006). Visible light apparatus for preliminary tests of x-ray optics.

Visible light apparatus for preliminary tests of x-ray optics. / Barbera, Marco; Pelliciari; Candia; Dherbecourt; Schnepper, Herbert W.

2006.

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Barbera, M, Pelliciari, Candia, Dherbecourt & Schnepper, HW 2006, 'Visible light apparatus for preliminary tests of x-ray optics'.
Barbera M, Pelliciari, Candia, Dherbecourt, Schnepper HW. Visible light apparatus for preliminary tests of x-ray optics. 2006.
Barbera, Marco ; Pelliciari ; Candia ; Dherbecourt ; Schnepper, Herbert W. / Visible light apparatus for preliminary tests of x-ray optics.
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