13 November 1998 Mirror benders for white beam collimation at HASYLAB
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Abstract
At the Hamburger Synchrotronstahlungslabor HASYLAB two mirror benders are under construction which are intended to reduce the vertical divergence of the incoming white photon beam on the monochromator. The design of these benders are based on successfully used types for monochromatic beams. The aim of the improved design is to reduce the vertical divergence of the beam even under server thermal load. Ray tracing calculations show that even at first generation machines as DORIS such mirror gives a benefit to the experimental conditions. Finally the realization of the benders for a bending magnet and a wiggler beamline with a contact cooled mirror are shown and described.
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Ulrich Hahn, Horst Schulte-Schrepping, "Mirror benders for white beam collimation at HASYLAB", Proc. SPIE 3447, Advances in Mirror Technology for Synchrotron X-Ray and Laser Applications, (13 November 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.331125; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.331125
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Mirrors

Monochromators

Collimation

Crystals

Optical components

Synchrotron radiation

Ray tracing

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