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Optimization of constant-length Rowland-circle monochromator with a varied line-spacing grating
Lijun Lu
Fine Mechanical Engineering Department, Shanghai University, Shanghai 200074

Chin. Opt. Lett., 2004, 02(11): pp.680-680-

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Topic:X-ray optics
Keywords(OCIS Code): 340.6720  120.6200  050.1950  

Abstract
We use a varied line-spacing (VLS) grating to improve the performances of the constant-length Rowland-circle spherical grating monochromator. The translation distance of the mirror-grating tank in a scan of certain wavelength range will get much shorter. This will make the instrument easier to realize. Based on the principle of monochromator, we study how to optimize the optical system with a VLS grating in detail. The main imaging performances of the instrument are also evaluated.

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Received:2004/2/10
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Get Citation: Lijun Lu, "Optimization of constant-length Rowland-circle monochromator with a varied line-spacing grating," Chin. Opt. Lett. 02(11), 680-680-(2004)

Note: L. Lu's e-mail address is lulijun63@hotmail.com.



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