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Extreme ultraviolet reflectivity studies of gold on glass and metal substratesThe paper reports measurements of the extreme ultraviolet reflectivity of gold from 44 to 920 A at grazing incidence. Gold was deposited using vacuum evaporation and electroplating on substrates of glass and polished nickel, respectively. Measurements are also presented of the extreme ultraviolet reflectivity of electroless nickel in the same wavelength region, where one of the polished nickel substrates was used as a sample. Derived optical constants for evaporated and electroplated gold and electroless nickel are presented. Additional studies of the effects of various contaminants on the EUV reflectivity are also reported. The variations of the optical constants are discussed in terms of density variations, surface roughness and contamination effects. These results ae reported as part of studies for the Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer satellite program to determine acceptance criteria for the EUV optics, contamination budgets and calibration plans.
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Conference Paper
Jelinsky, Sharon R.
(California Univ. Berkeley, CA, United States)
Malina, Roger F.
(California Univ. Berkeley, CA, United States)
Jelinsky, Patrick
(California, University Berkeley, United States)
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August 13, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1988
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Meeting: Grazing incidence optics for astronomical and laboratory applications
Location: San Diego, CA
Country: United States
Start Date: August 17, 1987
End Date: August 19, 1987
Sponsors: SPIE
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