TITLE

Nanofabrication of custom X-ray optical components

AUTHOR(S)
David, C.; Musil, C.; Souvorov, A.; Kaulich, B.
PUB. DATE
May 2000
SOURCE
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 507 Issue 1, p704
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A variety of nanostructuring processes have been developed at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in order to provide optical instrumentation for beamline experiments. We present methods for the fabrication of custom elements such as sub-micron high aspect ratio tantalum slits and pinholes, a calcium fluoride test object for element mapping experiments at the Ca-Kedge, and transmission zone plates with germanium structures for the multi-keV region. Furthermore, we report on the generation of linear silicon Bragg-Fresnel Lenses (BFLs) with unprecedented dimensions. Lenses with 100nm outermost zone width, lengths up to 10mm and widths up to 1mm were tested at the optics beam line of the ESRF. We measured a diffraction efficiency of 26% at a beam energy of 13.25keV. The purpose of this contribution to the conference is to demonstrate the flexibility of the micro- and nanostructuring facilities at PSI and to encourage scientific groups at synchrotron beam lines to join future collaborations.
ACCESSION #
5664330

 

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