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3 May 1982 Production And Evaluation Of Supersmooth X-Ray Synchrotron Mirror Surfaces
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Proceedings Volume 0315, Reflecting Optics for Synchrotron Radiation; (1982) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.933010
Event: 1981 Brookhaven Conferences, 1981, Upton, United States
Abstract
The manufacturing tolerances for X-ray mirrors used for synchrotron radiation are demanding, in that departures from the theoretical surface may not exceed a few 1/10 μm, and the small scale roughness should not exceed 1 nm peak to valley. Both large and small scale deviations are measured with contacting probe instruments. X-ray mirrors must be stable and radiation resistant in intense synchrotron beams. Alternatives to silica glass include electroless nickel and silicon carbide. These materials can be finished to yield a small scale roughness of no more than a few 1/10 nm peak to valley.
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C. A. Wallace and K. Lindsey "Production And Evaluation Of Supersmooth X-Ray Synchrotron Mirror Surfaces", Proc. SPIE 0315, Reflecting Optics for Synchrotron Radiation, (3 May 1982); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.933010
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