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2 September 2015 Effect of beamline optics vibration on the source size and divergence for synchrotron radiation
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An angular vibration effect of the reflection optics was examined for source size, source divergence, beam size at the sample position, and position of beam waist of the synchrotron radiation. The phase space diagram was formulated involving the vibration effect. For a typical arrangement of the SPring-8 beamline assuming the primary reflection optics at 40 m from the light source, the vertical source size increase is significant compared with the other quantities. Suppression of the angular vibration less than 0.07 μrad (rms), for example, is required to maintain the 5-μm beam with less than 10% increase due to the vibration.
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Shunji Goto "Effect of beamline optics vibration on the source size and divergence for synchrotron radiation", Proc. SPIE 9588, Advances in X-Ray/EUV Optics and Components X, 95880G (2 September 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2191933
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