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By J.A.R. Samson and D.L. Ederer (Eds.)
This quantity is for practitioners, experimentalists, and graduate scholars in utilized physics, fairly within the fields of atomic and molecular physics, who paintings with vacuum ultraviolet purposes and are short of determining the easiest kind of smooth instrumentation. It presents first-hand wisdom of the state of the art apparatus assets and provides technical info on how one can use it, besides a wide reference bibliography.
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The theory of spherical-grating systems was established first [23, 45, 46], and was described comprehensively in the 1945 paper of Beutler . Treatments of toroidal  and ellipsoidal  gratings came later, and the field was reviewed in 1965 by Welford  and in 1985 by Hunter . The major developments since 1967 have been in the use of nonuniformly spaced grooves. The application of holography to spectroscopic gratings was first reported by Rudolph and Schmahl [47, 48] and by Labeyrie and Flamand .
Hettrick, J. H. J. Batson, and M. J. Eckart, Appl. Opt. 27, 200-202 (1988). 2. GRAZING-INCIDENCE MONOCHROMATORS FOR THIRD-GENERATION SYNCHROTRON RADIATION SOURCES H. A. Padmore, M. R. Howells, and W. R. 1 Introduction In this chapter, we will discuss the foundations of modem vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) and soft x-ray (SXR) monochromator design based on the wellestablished theories of geometrical aberrations in grazing-incidence optical systems and grating diffraction efficiency. We will restrict our treatment to topics of relevance to the construction of optical systems for third-generation synchrotron radiation sources.
Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy II by J.A.R. Samson and D.L. Ederer (Eds.)