Mode-mixing in an x-ray thin-film waveguide

Feng, Y.P.; Deckman, H.W.
February 1994
Applied Physics Letters;2/14/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p930
Academic Journal
Analyzes the mode-mixing in a thin-film x-ray waveguide. Interfacial roughness of the waveguide; Occurrence of the mode-mixing between nearest-neighbor modes; Observation on the mixing probability and the nearest-neighbor selection rule; Mechanism of diffuse scattering.


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