Use of Sputtered Multilayers in a Double-crystal Monochromator
Nuclear Instruments and Methods
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We report on the use of synthetic multilayers as diffracting elements in the double-crystal monochromator of an X-ray beamline to obtain focused, monochromatized synchrotron radiation below 1000 eV. A resolving power > 100 (ElΔE) was observed at the fluorine K edge (690 eV) and the copper L2.3 edges (930–950 eV) as demonstrated by absorption spectra of thin films.
Monochromator; Particle beams; Spectrum analysis — Instruments; Synchrotron radiation
Analytical Chemistry | Biological and Chemical Physics | Elementary Particles and Fields and String Theory | Physical Chemistry
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Cowan, P. L.,
Lindle, D. W.,
Southworth, S. H.,
Karlin, B. A.,
Perera, R. C.
Use of Sputtered Multilayers in a Double-crystal Monochromator.
Nuclear Instruments and Methods, A291(1-2),