Idea of thin-film beam splitters for two-colour beamlines

The idea to split soft X-ray and hard X-ray beams on the same axis into different directions is presented. A thin-film beam splitter can serve this purpose. Performances of thin-film beam splitters made of carbon and aluminium were examined. The idea of thin-film beam splitters expands possibilities in the design of two-colour beamlines.
Source: Journal of Synchrotron Radiation - Category: Physics Authors: Tags: beam splitter soft and hard X-rays two-colour beamline research papers Source Type: research

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