16 November 1999 Carbon/carbon multilayers for synchrotron radiation
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At present the most widespread multilayer structures are those, in which low absorbing layers from light elements (from carbon, in particular) alternate with strong absorbing layers from heavy metals. Recently it became possible to manufacture x-ray multilayer mirrors containing only low absorbing carbon layers with different values of densities and, consequently, dielectric constants. The properties of these carbon/carbon multilayers were experimentally investigated at BESSY in the energy range of 50 - 2000 eV. Such multilayers promise to combine high reflectivity and high resolution.
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Vladimir A. Arkadiev, Vladimir A. Arkadiev, Alexander Baranov, Alexander Baranov, Alexei I. Erko, Alexei I. Erko, Pavel E. Kondrashov, Pavel E. Kondrashov, Norbert Langhoff, Norbert Langhoff, Elena G. Novoselova, Elena G. Novoselova, Igor S. Smirnov, Igor S. Smirnov, Markus Veldkamp, Markus Veldkamp, Ingo Packe, Ingo Packe, } "Carbon/carbon multilayers for synchrotron radiation", Proc. SPIE 3773, X-Ray Optics Design, Performance, and Applications, (16 November 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.370080; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.370080


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