X-ray micro- and nano-focusing

applications and techniques II : 30 July 2001, San Diego, USA

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StatementIan McNulty, chair/editor ; sponsored ... by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.
SeriesSPIE proceedings series,, v. 4499, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 4499.
ContributionsMcNulty, Ian., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
LC ClassificationsTA1775 .X194 2001
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Paginationvii, 144 p. :
Number of Pages144
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Open LibraryOL3581679M
ISBN 100819442135
LC Control Number2002277988

The rapid development of nanotechnologies and sciences has led to the great demand for novel lithography methods allowing large area, low cost and high resolution nano fabrications. Characterized by unique sub-diffraction optical features like propagation with an ultra-short wavelength and great field enhancement in subwavelength regions, surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs), including surface Cited by: Towards Synthesis of Micro-/Nano-systems The 11th International Conference on Precision Engineering (ICPE) August , , Tokyo, Japan Fabrication of Ultraprecisely Figured Mirror for Nano Focusing Hard-x-ray. Pages Yumoto, Hirokatsu (et al.) Towards Synthesis of Micro-/Nano-systems Book Subtitle The 11th International. monographs in x-ray science, carried out at the Institute for X-ray Physics at the Georg-August-Universität in Göttingen, and in the framework of its related research networks and collaborations. It covers topics ranging from x-ray microscopy, nano-focusing, wave propagation. Search the leading research in optics and photonics applied research from SPIE journals, conference proceedings and presentations, and eBooks.

in order to develop Nano-focusing Mirror & X-ray Fluorescence Microscope, and SR-STM - JASRI/ SPring-8 Guest Researcher (Concurrent Post) (~) in order to construct BL13XU (Surface Science BeamLine). X-ray microscopy, in the form of point-projection X-ray microradiography, was an established technique in the UK well before the publication of Cosslett and Nixon’s influential book on the subject in r, the availability of synchrotron radiation sources in the s provided a brighter, tunable alternative to electron-impact X-ray sources. Synaptic Vesicles studied by small-angle X-ray Scattering. This work is licensed under the. Creative Commons License “by-nd”, allowing you to download, distribute and print the document in a few copies for private or educational use, given that the document .   Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS Journal of Nanophotonics Journal of Photonics for Energy Neurophotonics Optical Engineering Ebooks Advanced Search > Dr. Tom Peterka. at Argonne National Lab. SPIE Involvement: Author Publications (6).

MAGNIFIED PHASE IMAGING, NEAR-FIELD PTYCHOGRAPHY AND FLUORESCENCE ANALYSIS WITH A HARD X-RAY NANOPROBE P. Cloetens, Nano-Imaging Beamline ID16A-NI 5th Lecture on X-Ray Imaging, 2 June • Introduction to high spatial resolution imaging • Magnified Phase Imaging or Projection Microscopy • Some ID16A-NI results. With an ongoing effort to push the 2D/3D imaging resolution down to 10 nm in the hard X-ray regime, both the fabrication of nano-focusing optics and the stability of the microscope using those optics become extremely by: 9. Nano-positioning and nano-focusing stages X-ray detection such as steel thickness gauging which had a book value of $ million, which resulted in a loss of $ million after considering the fair value of these assets of $ million and selling costs of $ million. The nano focusing of the X-ray beam is made possible by controllable pairs of electromagnetic condenser lenses (6) and electromagnetic objective lenses (7). b Rotating platform (3) with mounted sample holder (4) positioned between X-ray tube (partially shown) with X-ray window (1) and camera unit (2). By shifting along the Z-axis the desired Cited by:

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Get this from a library. X-ray micro- and nano-focusing: applications and techniques II: 30 JulySan Diego, USA. [Ian McNulty; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.;]. Advancement of Hard X-ray Nano-focusing Ellipsoidal Mirror at SPring-8 Article in Synchrotron Radiation News 29(4) July with 42 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

X-ray micro- and nano-focusing: applications and techniques II: 30 JulySan Diego, USA. Nano- and micro-X-ray beams are an emerging characterization tool with broad implications for semiconductor research. Here, we describe how (sub)micrometer X-ray beams can be.

Introduction to X -ray Optics for SR Introduction General X-ray optics High heat-load optics X-ray micro-/nano-focusing Reflectors Zone plates Refractive lenses Summary Scope: •Non-exhaustive overview •Some general X-ray optics – foundation for X-ray focusing •Primarily ‘hard’.

The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. The comprehensive realization of the exciting advantages of new third- and forth-generation synchrotron radiation light sources requires concomitant development of reflecting and diffractive x-ray optics capable of micro- and nano-focusing, brightness preservation, and super high resolution.

Hard X-ray nano-focusing Achromatic abstract Kirkpatrick–Baez mirrors in the Montel (or nested) configuration were tested for hard X-ray nanoscale focusing at a third generation synchrotron beamline.

In this scheme, two mirrors, mounted side-by-side and perpendicular to each other, provide for a more compact focusing system and a much higher. Wave optical simulations of x-ray nano-focusing optics. This work is licensed under the. Creative Commons. License “by-nd”, allowing you to download, distribute and print the document in a few copies for private or educational use, given that the document.

A team led by DESY scientists has designed, fabricated and successfully tested a novel X-ray lens that produces sharper and brighter images of. Hard X-ray nano-focusing. Achromatic. Introduction. Although traditional Kirkpatrick–Baez (K–B) mirrors are widely used for synchrotron micro/nanofocusing, Montel (or nested K–B) mirror optics are very appealing because of their compact design with stronger demagnification and the ability to collect larger by: Development of x-ray mirrors for XFEL sub nm focusing system based on Wolter type III geometry Paper Author(s): Takato Inoue, Osaka Univ.

(Japan); Jumpei Yamada, RIKEN SPring-8 Ctr. (Japan); Satoshi Matsuyama, Nami Nakamura, Osaka Univ. (Japan); Taito Osaka, RIKEN SPring-8 Ctr. (Japan); Hirokatsu Yumoto, Takahisa Koyama, Haruhiko Ohashi, Japan Synchrotron Radiation. Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS Journal of Nanophotonics Journal of Photonics for Energy Neurophotonics Optical Engineering Ebooks Advanced Search > Home >.

Abstract. Due to the weak interaction of hard X rays with matter it is generally difficult to manipulate X rays by optical components. As a result, there have been many complementary approaches to making X-ray optics, exploiting refraction, reflection, and diffraction of X-rays by matter.

KEYWORDS: Mirrors, X-ray optics, Polishing, Crystals, X-rays, Silicon, Reflectivity, Surface roughness, Surface finishing, X-ray characterization Read Abstract + The use of high quality X-ray mirrors at synchrotron beamlines as low-energy bandpass, harmonic rejection and high heat load optical elements has become routine.

Johannes Kepler University, Institute of Semiconductor and Solid State, Physics, Altenbergerstr. 69, Linz, Austria. Search for more papers by this author. Cite this paper as: Yumoto H.

et al. () Fabrication of Ultraprecisely Figured Mirror for Nano Focusing Hard-x-ray. In: Towards Synthesis of Micro-/: Hirokatsu Yumoto, Hidekazu Mimura, Satoshi Matsuyama, Souichiro Handa, Kazuya Yamamura, Yasuhisa San. Ths paper examines the current and ultimate limitations of the scanning approach to transmission x-ray nanotomography in light of recent techcal progress.

X-Ray Micro- and Nano-Focusing: Applications and Techniques II, Ian McNulty, Editor. KEYWORDS: Gold, X-ray optics, Sputter deposition, X-rays, Interfaces, Image transmission, Charge-coupled devices, Zone plates, Monochromators, Phase shifts Read Abstract + Ptychography was used to determine the focus of a Multilayer-Laue-Lens (MLL) at beamline 1-BM.

DOI: /em.5b Identifying the major intermediate species by combining time-resolved X-ray solution scattering and X-ray absorption spectroscopy Kim Kyung Hwan, Kim Jeongho, Oang Key Young, Lee Jae Hyuk, Grolimund Daniel, Milne Christopher J, Penfold Thomas J, Johnson Steven L, Galler Andreas, Kim Tae Wu, Kim Jong Goo, Suh Deokbeom, Moon Jiwon, Kim Joonghan.

The 21st International Congress on X-ray Optics and Microanalysis (ICXOM21) is dedicated to bring together scientists and technologists involved in fundamental and applied research in the field of micro (nano) analysis by means of X-ray beams, with emphasis on synchrotron sources, electrons and other energetic particle, or active in methodology and instrumental developments.

Publications. Possible Quantum Paramagnetism in Compressed Sr2IrO4 (PDF, Mb) X-ray diffraction study of lattice modulations in an underdoped YBa2Cu3O6+x superconductor (PDF, K) X-Ray Micro- and Nano-Focusing: Applications and Techniques II ().

The optical system generating the X-ray micro-probe and the sample are mounted on appropriate stages, which enable positioning in x- y and z-direction and x–y scanning. Hemispherical sector analysers (HSAs) are the most common devices for detecting and energy filtering of the emitted PEs.Cited by: 3–30 keV X-rays (Maser et al.,).

A combination of nano-focusing X-ray optics and precision motion sensing and control enables detailed studies of the internal features of samples with a resolution approaching 30 nm. To maximize the X-ray flux from the. Publications of the microXAS group Combined in situ synchrotron micro X-ray diffraction and high-speed imaging on rapidly heated and solidified TiAl under additive manufacturing conditions Kenel C, Kinoform diffractive lenses for efficient nano-focusing of hard X-rays Karvinen P, Grolimund D, Willimann M, Meyer B, Birri M, Borca C.

Crystallography has long been the unrivaled method that can provide the atomistic structural models of macromolecules, using either X-rays or electrons as probes. The methodology has gone through several revolutionary periods, driven by the development of new sources, detectors, and other instrumentation.

Novel sources of both X-ray and electrons are constantly emerging. The increase in Author: Krishna P. Khakurel, Borislav Angelov, Jakob Andreasson.

Deformable Mirror and Stitching Interferometry for Nano-focusing Hirokatsu Yumoto, JASRI. Performance of Micro/Nano-focusing K-B Mirrors under White and Pink Beams Wenjun Liu, APS.

X-ray Refractive Optics: Status and Challenges Anatoly Snigirev, ESRF. Detectors Workshop. Overview (Past, Present, Future) APS Overview Robert Bradford, APS. ESRF. X-RAY OPTICS (MONOCHROMATOR AND MULTILAYER, MICRO AND NANO FOCUSING OPTICS) Geometric scattering in prism-array lenses for hard x-rays: Measurements, simulations and models Peter Nillius Refractive optical elements and optical system for high energy x-ray microscopy M.

Simon, V. Altapova, T. Baumbach, M. Kluge, A. X-ray optics and micro-fluorescence Germany will be based on a nano-focusing refractive X-ray lens. The facility was dedicated to elemental mapping, tomography and to coherent diffraction contrast measurements.

The planned spatial resolution was approximately 50 nm with possible future improvement expected. X-ray mirrors (as an achromatic optic) are widely used at synchrotron radiation facilities for micro- and nano-focusing and the push toward higher spatial resolution requires diffraction-limited and coherence-preserved beams which demand more accurate metrology on X-ray mirrors (Sawhney et al., ).

Introduction to XAFS Experiments IUCr XAFS Tutorial Montreal, August 5 Bruce Bunker • X-ray diffuse scattering (also look between peaks) •Micro- and nano-focusing using mirrors, Fresnel zone plates, capillaries, etc. •Time-resolved techniques.Ray Optics and Optical Instruments The microscope A simple magnifier or microscope is a converging lens of small focal length (Fig.

). In order to use such a lens as a microscope, the lens is held near the object, one focal length away or less, and the eye is .− X-ray beam position monitors for white and monochromatic beams − Beam conditioners: slits, absorbers [4] − Cooling systems − Wavefront/coherence preservation [5,6] − Micro- nano-focusing optics [7, 8] − Sample environments − Detector systems [9] − Software e.g.

automatic beamline alignment − New experimental Size: KB.