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Status and perspectives of capillary optics at a third-generation synchrotron radiation source
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Abstract
Glass capillary optics has been used routinely at the ESRF microfocus beamline for several years. A large fraction of applications has been to solid polymers and biopolymers. Flux densities up to 10(8) photons s(-1) mum(-2) mA(-1) at 13 keV have been obtained for a beam size down to 2 mum fwb (full-width-at-base). By better matching the divergence from the condensing mirror system to the acceptance of the capillary and increasing the brilliance by an undulator optimized to 13 keV, the flux density is expected to increase by up to a factor of 100. A reduction of beam size to about 100 nm by maintaining current flux density levels is in principle possible. Copyright (C) 2003 John Wiley Sons, Ltd.
Language
English
Source (journal)
X-ray spectrometry. - London
Source (book)
2nd International Capillary Optics Meeting, 2001, ANTWERP, BELGIUM
Publication
London : 2003
ISSN
0049-8246
Volume/pages
32:3(2003), p. 208-214
ISI
000183630400006
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