1 June 1990 Tabletop x-ray microscope using 8 keV zone plates
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We describe the implementation of an 8 keV microscope that operates with a conventional x-ray source in our lab. Samples are scanned pixel-by-pixel through a focused x-ray spot produced by a phase-modulating zone plate fabricated with the sputtered-sliced technique. The micro- focused x-ray source uses a Cu target and produces 8 keV photons that are detected with a Si(Li) spectroscopy system. The microscope currently achieves 10 µm resolution.
Richard M. Bionta, Richard M. Bionta, Elden Ables, Elden Ables, Otis L. Clamp, Otis L. Clamp, Oliver D. Edwards, Oliver D. Edwards, Peter C. Gabriele, Peter C. Gabriele, Kirk Miller, Kirk Miller, Linda L. Ott, Linda L. Ott, Kenneth M. Skulina, Kenneth M. Skulina, Ronald Tilley, Ronald Tilley, T. Viada, T. Viada, } "Tabletop x-ray microscope using 8 keV zone plates," Optical Engineering 29(6), (1 June 1990). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.55632 . Submission:
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