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14 November 2001 Present and future optics challenges at CHESS and for proposed energy recovery linac source of synchrotron radiation
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We present recent test results and discuss design challenges on x-ray optical compo-nents for the wiggler sources at CHESS and for the proposed energy recovery linac (ERL) source at Cornell. For the existing wiggler sources, a new white-beam collimating mirror has been installed and tested at F-line and some preliminary test results are pre-sented. For the proposed ERL, three types of x-ray optical components are identified and considered: (1) high-heat-load capable optics for high-power and high-power-density in-sertion-device sources, (2) brilliance preserving optics that can provide high transverse coherence, and (3) optics used to manipulate, preserve and produce short x-ray pulses.
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Qun Shen, Kenneth D. Finkelstein, Karl W. Smolenski, Donald H. Bilderback, Ernest Fontes, I. V. Bazarov, and Sol M. Gruner "Present and future optics challenges at CHESS and for proposed energy recovery linac source of synchrotron radiation", Proc. SPIE 4501, X-Ray Mirrors, Crystals, and Multilayers, (14 November 2001); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.448493
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