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22 November 1996 New beamline optics of the x-ray undulator BW1 at DORIS
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The X-ray undulator BW1 at the storage ring DORIS is a high brightness source for the spectral range from 2 to 20 keV. The undulator beam is used by three experiments with different distances to the source. The new optical elements allow the adaptation of the focal lengths to the needs of the experimental set-ups. The optical concept consists of a premirror with different optical surfaces, a double crystal monochromator and a focusing second mirror. Sagittal focusing is achieved either by using the cylindrical part of the premirror or by a bend crystal for a monochromatic beam, meridional focusing is done with a pneumatic driven mirror bender for the second mirror.
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Ulrich Hahn, Ronald R. Frahm, Peter Guertler, and Horst Schulte-Schrepping "New beamline optics of the x-ray undulator BW1 at DORIS", Proc. SPIE 2856, Optics for High-Brightness Synchrotron Radiation Beamlines II, (22 November 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.259875
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