Some Considerations on UV Optics for Synchrotron Radiation
While synchrotron radiation (SR) has a broad spectrum extending from the hard x-ray region (tens of keV) through the visible and infrared regions (a few eV) the main interest is in those wavelengths which are not readily available from other sources; that is those wavelengths shorter than say 2000Å. This region poses several problems for the optical designer that do not occur in the visible region of the spectrum.
KeywordsSynchrotron Radiation Object Point Order Sorting Direction Number Synchrotron Radiation Beam
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