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Focusing Of Undulator Light At Spear with A Lacquer-Coated Mirror To Power Densities Of 10[sup]9[/sup] watts/cm[sup]2[/sup]
Author(s): Roman Tatchyn; Paul Csonka; Hayrettin Kilic; Hiroshi Watanabe; Ashley Fuller; Mark Beck; Arthur Toor; James Underwood; Richard Catura
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Paper Abstract

A lacquer-coated, diamond turned Cu ellipsoid has been used to micro-focus undulator light from Beam Line V at SPEAR down to a half-power diameter of about 13 microns. This spot was source-size limited, as has been demonstrated with ray tracings of the optical system. The symmetry of the image, as well as its size and power density, clearly make this optic ideal for many soft x-ray applications, in particular for x-ray microscopy, microprobes, and for pumping soft x-ray transitions in various media.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 January 1986
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 0733, Soft X-Ray Optics and Technology, (1 January 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.964933
Show Author Affiliations
Roman Tatchyn, Stanford University and University of Oregon (United States)
Paul Csonka, University of Oregon (United States)
Hayrettin Kilic, University of Oregon (United States)
Hiroshi Watanabe, University of Oregon (United States)
Ashley Fuller, Stanford University (United States)
Mark Beck, Stanford University (United States)
Arthur Toor, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (United States)
James Underwood, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (United States)
Richard Catura, Lockheed Missiles and Space Company, Inc. (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0733:
Soft X-Ray Optics and Technology
E. Koch; Guenther A. Schmahl, Editor(s)

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