Wölter x-ray microscope characterization measurements on Nova

Remington, B. A.; Glendinning, S. G.; Wallace, R. J.; Rothman, S.; Morales, R.
October 1992
Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct92, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p5080
Academic Journal
We have made in situ measurements of the spatial resolution function for two sectors of the 22X magnification Wölter x-ray microscope. Our experimental technique using backlit grid shots on the Nova laser and our method of analysis are described.


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