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X-ray imaging microscopy using Fresnel zone plate objective and quasimonochromatic undulator radiation

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6 Author(s)
Suzuki, Yoshio ; SPring-8, Mikazuki, Hyogo 679-5198, Japan ; Takeuchi, A. ; Takano, Hidekazu ; Uesugi, Kentaro
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An imaging microscopy experiment in a hard x-ray region has been performed at the undulator beamline 40XU of SPring-8. The helical undulator at the BL40XU provides quasimonochromatic radiation with a bandwidth of 1.2% at 8.34 keV. A Fresnel zone plate with an outermost zone width of 0.25 μm and a Fresnel zone number of 100 is used as an objective. The natural bandwidth of the undulator radiation of BL40XU is nearly equal to the monochromaticity required for the zone plate objective. Therefore, compared with conventional beamlines with a crystal monochromator, the available photon flux is higher by two orders. Fine structure of test patterns with 0.25 μm line and space was clearly observed at an x-ray energy of 8.34 keV within an exposure time of 1.5 ms. © 2004 American Institute of Physics.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:75 ,  Issue: 4 )

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Apr 2004

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