Parabolic Monocapillary

With a parabolic X-ray capillary it is possible to focus a parallel beam into a small spot or to parallelise a divergent beam from an X-ray source placed at the focal point. A parabolic X-ray monocapillary is an imaging single-bounce system. The spot size is not only determined by the manufacturing precision of the optics but also by the properties of the X-ray source.


collimating parabolic monocapillary



focussing parabolic monocapillary

Specification

Focussing system for micro-XRD, micro-XRF and synchrotron radiation



Technical Parameters Parabolic Monocapillary

Focal distance f, mm    > 10
Entrance diameter D1, µm    50 ... 3000
Exit diameter D2, µm 50 ... 2000
Length l, mm > 20
Energy range, keV XUV-30
Optimal source size, µm >
Focal spot size, µm > 10
Housing diameter, mm > 7
Intensity gain > 50

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