8 June 2000 Capillary optics as an x-ray condensing lens: an alignment procedure
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Proceedings Volume 4155, Kumakhov Optics and Application; (2000) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.387877
Event: Kumakhov Optics and Applications, 2000, n/a, Russian Federation
The procedure of capillary lens alignment is described in detail. The theoretical basis of capillary optics is given in the framework of a comparative analysis of monocapillary and polycapillary optics. The results of x-ray distribution scanning behind the capillary lens for various angle planes, together with the fitting results, are presented. A qualitative explanation is given for the discrepancy between the expected and observed divergences of x-ray beams transmitted by the capillary lens.
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Giorgio Cappuccio, Giorgio Cappuccio, Sultan B. Dabagov, Sultan B. Dabagov, } "Capillary optics as an x-ray condensing lens: an alignment procedure", Proc. SPIE 4155, Kumakhov Optics and Application, (8 June 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.387877; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.387877

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