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Polarization Phenomena in X-Ray Optics

  • Vladimir Alekseevich Belyakov
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Abstract

X-ray optics has undergone a veritable renaissance in recent years because of improvement in instrumentation and methods of measurement, which has been partly but not entirely due to the availability of synchrotron sources of radiation. One of the interesting phenomena in the development of X-ray optics has been the study of polarization effects. As far back as 1906, the polarization of X-rays scattered through 90° was used to demonstrate their electromagnetic character [1]. Classical phenomena, such as birefringence, dichroism, and rotation of polarization [2–6], have been observed in X-ray optics, and there has been discussion on the possibility of producing quarter-wave plates capable of transforming linear into circular polarization and vice versa [3, 7–9].

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Circular Polarization Diffract Wave Polarization Tensor Polarization Property Bloch Wave 
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  • Vladimir Alekseevich Belyakov
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  1. 1.All-Union Surface and Vacuum Research CenterMoscowRussian Federated Republic

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