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20 September 2007 Multilayer growth in the APS rotary deposition system
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We report our progress in the growth of periodic and depth-graded multilayers in the APS rotary deposition system, a machine designed for fabrication of films tens of microns thick with thousands of layers. A computational method was employed to design depth-graded multilayers for use as wide-angular bandpass reflective optics. We present experimental results for a 154-layer WSi2/Si multilayer system with bilayer thickness ranging from 2.2 nm to 5.5 nm that closely match theoretical flat-top reflectivity predictions of 9.8% from 15.6 mrad to 23.3 mrad at 8 keV.
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Ray Conley, Chian Liu, Cameron M. Kewish, Albert T. Macrander, and Christian Morawe "Multilayer growth in the APS rotary deposition system", Proc. SPIE 6705, Advances in X-Ray/EUV Optics and Components II, 670505 (20 September 2007);


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