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30 July 2002 Capillary optics: experimental study by the S-60
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Proceedings Volume 4765, International Conference on X-ray and Neutron Capillary Optics; (2002)
Event: International Conference on X-ray and Neutron Capillary Optics, 2001, Zvenigorod, Russian Federation
In this report the main results of experimental study on possibility to apply capillary structures for handling soft synchrotron radiation are presented. This research has been done at the S-60 FIAN accelerator facilites for the period 1993-1999. The possibility of using capillary systems to control the parameters of soft SR, such as radiation density and bending of beam, at the specified wavelength range has been experimentally confirmed. Discovered for the first time the structural radiation redistribution at the focal plane behind the capillary halflenses was carefully studied in experiments with two bent capillaries of focusing geometry. As a result the wave scattering theory of radiation inside the capillary channels was developed. The first experiments on measuring the luminescence spectrum for Ce3+ lithium/yttrium fluoride matrix by the use of capillary halflens has been done in comparison with the spectrum for the direct SR beam. The last confirms the fact that capillary optics is useful instruments to condense the radiaton beam on the samples of small sizes.
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Rustem V. Fedorchuk, Sultan B. Dabagov, Violetta A. Murashova, and Mikhail N. Yakimenko "Capillary optics: experimental study by the S-60", Proc. SPIE 4765, International Conference on X-ray and Neutron Capillary Optics, (30 July 2002);


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