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Surface Heating in a Lacquer-Coated Mirror Irradiated with Undulator Light
Author(s): R. Tatchyn; P. L. Csonka; E. Kallne; A. Toor; C. Gillespie; I. Lindau; A. Fuller
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Paper Abstract

An ellipsoidal copper mirror has been diamond turned at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to provide strong demagnification of synchrotron light. its surface curvature varies too rapidly over its extent for conventional polishing techniques to be applicable. Surface smoothing has been attempted in this case by applying lacquer to the surface and then metallizing it for operation in the soft x-ray range. This paper describes the results obtained with this mirror in focussing 1 keV undulator light, surface damage to the lacquer, and the results of some diagnostics done on the mirror surface in the visible regime.

Paper Details

Date Published: 5 May 1986
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 0582, Insertion Devices for Synchrotron Sources, (5 May 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.950940
Show Author Affiliations
R. Tatchyn, Stanford University (United States)
P. L. Csonka, University of Oregon (United States)
E. Kallne, JET Joint Undertaking (England)
A. Toor, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory (United States)
C. Gillespie, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory (United States)
I. Lindau, Stanford University (United States)
A. Fuller, Stanford University (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0582:
Insertion Devices for Synchrotron Sources
Ingolf E. Lindau; Roman O. Tatchyn, Editor(s)

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