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9 April 1987 Soft X-Ray Beamsplitters And Highly Dispersive Multilayer Mirrors For Use As Soft X-Ray Laser Cavity Components
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The demonstration of amplified spontaneous emission at soft x-ray wavelengths has highlighted the need for normal incidence optics for soft x-rays. Specifically, x-ray laser cavity components will be needed to further advances in x-ray laser research. In this paper, we present the fabrication, characterization and analysis of two possible cavity components, an x-ray beamsplitter and a highly dispersive multilayer mirror. Each of these can be used as x-ray laser cavity output couplers.
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Andrew M. Hawryluk, Natale M. Ceglio, Daniel G. Stearns, K. Danzmann, M. Kuhne, P. Muller, and B. Wende "Soft X-Ray Beamsplitters And Highly Dispersive Multilayer Mirrors For Use As Soft X-Ray Laser Cavity Components", Proc. SPIE 0688, Multilayer Structures & Laboratory X-Ray Laser Research, (9 April 1987); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.964826
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