Large-field high-resolution x-ray microscope for studying laser plasmas

Sauneuf, Richard; Dalmasso, Jean-Michael; Jalinaud, Thierry; Le Breton, Jean-Pierre; Schirmann, Daniel; Marioge, Jean-Paul; Bridou, Francois; Tissot, Gerard; Clotaire, Jean-Yves
September 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Sep97, Vol. 68 Issue 9, p3412
Academic Journal
Describes a large-field high-resolution x-ray microscope for studying laser plasmas. Image of fine metallic grids; Field obliquity; Aperture of the optical system; Conception of the KBA microscope; Reduction of field obliquity; Field influence in a bimirror; Assembling and adjustment principles.


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