17 May 2017 Resolution of x-ray parabolic compound refractive diamond lens defined at the home laboratory
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Here we demonstrate performance of an original lab system designed for testing of X-ray parabolic compound refractive lenses (CRL) manufactured from a high-quality single-crystalline synthetic diamond grown by the high-pressure hightemperature technique. The basic parameters of a diamond CRL comprised from 28 plano-concave lenses such as the focal length of 634 mm, transmissivity of 0.36, field of view of ~1 mm and resolution of 6 µm have been determined. Usually such measurements are performed on synchrotron radiation facilities. In this work characterization of CRL was performed by means of instruments and components that are available for laboratories such as the Rigaku 9kW rotating anode X-ray generator, the PANalytical parallel beam X-ray mirror, a 6 m long optical bench, high precision multi-axis goniometers, high resolution X-ray emulsion films, and ultra-fast high-sensitive X-ray area detector PIXel3D. Developed setup was used to find differences between experimental and design parameters, which is very important for the improvement of CRLs manufacturing technology.
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S. N. Polyakov, S. N. Polyakov, S. I. Zholudev, S. I. Zholudev, S. V. Gasilov, S. V. Gasilov, S. Yu. Martyushov, S. Yu. Martyushov, V. N. Denisov, V. N. Denisov, S. A. Terentiev, S. A. Terentiev, V. D. Blank, V. D. Blank, } "Resolution of x-ray parabolic compound refractive diamond lens defined at the home laboratory", Proc. SPIE 10243, X-ray Lasers and Coherent X-ray Sources: Development and Applications, 102430X (17 May 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2264925; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2264925

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