Toward time-resolved soft X-ray microscopy using pulsed fs-high-harmonic radiation

Wieland M, Spielmann C, Kleineberg U, Westerwalbesloh T, Heinzmann U, Wilhein T (2005)
ULTRAMICROSCOPY 102(2): 93-100.

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Coherent soft X-ray sources open the way to new capabilities in high-resolution imaging, site- and element-specific spectroscopy and biomicroscopy. In this paper we demonstrate imaging with a table-top soft X-ray microscope. By combining a laser driven high-harmonic light source, optimized for having the maximum brightness at around 100 eV, a pair of multilayer mirrors to select a narrow spectral band and acting simultaneously as a condenser and a Fresnel zone plate as microscope objective, we were able to resolve 200 nm structures of a diatom sample. Further, the pulsed nature of our X-ray source offers the possibility of time-resolved spectromicroscopy with a temporal resolution in the order of a few femtoseconds. (C) 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Wieland M, Spielmann C, Kleineberg U, Westerwalbesloh T, Heinzmann U, Wilhein T. Toward time-resolved soft X-ray microscopy using pulsed fs-high-harmonic radiation. ULTRAMICROSCOPY. 2005;102(2):93-100.
Wieland, M., Spielmann, C., Kleineberg, U., Westerwalbesloh, T., Heinzmann, U., & Wilhein, T. (2005). Toward time-resolved soft X-ray microscopy using pulsed fs-high-harmonic radiation. ULTRAMICROSCOPY, 102(2), 93-100.
Wieland, M., Spielmann, C., Kleineberg, U., Westerwalbesloh, T., Heinzmann, U., and Wilhein, T. (2005). Toward time-resolved soft X-ray microscopy using pulsed fs-high-harmonic radiation. ULTRAMICROSCOPY 102, 93-100.
Wieland, M., et al., 2005. Toward time-resolved soft X-ray microscopy using pulsed fs-high-harmonic radiation. ULTRAMICROSCOPY, 102(2), p 93-100.
M. Wieland, et al., “Toward time-resolved soft X-ray microscopy using pulsed fs-high-harmonic radiation”, ULTRAMICROSCOPY, vol. 102, 2005, pp. 93-100.
Wieland, M., Spielmann, C., Kleineberg, U., Westerwalbesloh, T., Heinzmann, U., Wilhein, T.: Toward time-resolved soft X-ray microscopy using pulsed fs-high-harmonic radiation. ULTRAMICROSCOPY. 102, 93-100 (2005).
Wieland, M, Spielmann, C, Kleineberg, U, Westerwalbesloh, T, Heinzmann, Ulrich, and Wilhein, T. “Toward time-resolved soft X-ray microscopy using pulsed fs-high-harmonic radiation”. ULTRAMICROSCOPY 102.2 (2005): 93-100.
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