1 February 1995 Hard x-ray mirror fabrication capabilities in Europe
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Optical Engineering, 34(2), (1995). doi:10.1117/12.194836
The new properties of third-generation synchrotron radiation beams call for corresponding progress in instrumentation technology. This is particularly true for hard x-ray mirrors, for which new technologies have been implemented to meet outstanding requirements. The transfer of experience from other fields such as high-energy lasers and astronomy has been of major importance in the realization of new designs. The European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, the first third-generation hard x-ray source in Europe, has stimulated R&D programs of four European companies in the field of hard x-ray mirrors. This paper presents the major achievements of these companies.
Jean Susini, Dieter Pauschinger, Roland Geyl, Jean-Jacques Ferme, Guy Vieux, "Hard x-ray mirror fabrication capabilities in Europe," Optical Engineering 34(2), (1 February 1995). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.194836


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