16 September 2016 Laboratory and synchrotron tests of two-dimensional parabolic x-ray compound refractive lens made of single-crystal diamond
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2D parabolic X-ray compound refractive lens was manufactured by laser micro-machining of a single-crystal diamond. The lens consists of parabolic half lenses with apertures of 1 mm and parabola apex radii of 200 μm. It has been tested at the synchrotron undulator source (ID06, ESRF) and at a laboratory setup using MetalJet X-ray tube with a liquid-gallium jet as the anode. X-ray imaging and focusing modes were used. Unique optical and thermal properties of singlecrystalline diamond lenses allow them to be applied as focusing, imaging and beam-conditioning elements at high-heat flux beams of today and future X-ray sources.
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M. Polikarpov, A. Barannikov, D. Zverev, S. A. Terentiev, S. N. Polyakov, S. I. Zholudev, S. Yu. Martyushov, V. N. Denisov, N. V. Kornilov, I. Snigireva, V. D. Blank, A. Snigirev, "Laboratory and synchrotron tests of two-dimensional parabolic x-ray compound refractive lens made of single-crystal diamond", Proc. SPIE 9964, Advances in Laboratory-based X-Ray Sources, Optics, and Applications V, 99640J (16 September 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2238798; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2238798
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