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23 October 2002 Innovative x-ray optics for laboratory
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We report on recent developments of innovative grazing incidence X-ray optics for laboratory applications. These efforts focus on the developments of grazing incidence micromirrors with ellipsoidal and paraboloidal profiles and apertures well below 1 mm, as well as on the developments of innovative arrangements and approaches such as X-ray collimators based on the Lobster Eye X-ray lenses. The applications of these elements will be indicated and discussed. Moreover, we will discuss the innovative alternative technologies for X-ray optics elements in study and-or under considerations
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Ladislav Pina, Adolf Van Inneman, Rene Hudec, Hana Ticha, Ulrich W. Arndt, Neil Loxley, Graham Fraser, Mark Taylor, and John Wall "Innovative x-ray optics for laboratory", Proc. SPIE 4781, Advances in Laboratory-Based X-Ray Sources and Optics III, (23 October 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.450963
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