Development of microchannel plate x-ray optics annual status report for NAGW-2721, 1 July 1993 - 30 June 1994 by Philip E. Kaaret

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  • Etching.,
  • Lenses.,
  • Microchannel plates.,
  • Micromachining.,
  • Silicon.,
  • X ray optics.

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Statementprincipal investigator, Philip Kaaret.
SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-196269.
ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
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The goal of this research program was to develop a novel technique for focusing x-rays based on the optical system of a lobster's eye. A lobster eye employs Full text of "Development of microchannel plate x-ray optics" See other formats (NASA-CR) DEVELOPMENT OF N MICROCHANNEL PLATE X-RAY OPTICS Annual Status Report, 1 Jul.

- 30 Jun. {Columbia Univ.) Unclas 13 p G3/89 NASA-CR National Aeronautics and Space Administration HEA X-RAY ASTRONOMY R&A PROGRAM ANNUAL Get this from a library. Development of microchannel plate x-ray optics. [Andrew Chen; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;] Development of microchannel plate (MCP) x-ray optics Development of microchannel plate (MCP) x-ray optics Fraser, George W.; Emberson, D.

L.; Feller, W. Bruce; Stedman, Margaret ABSTRACT The keys to the realisation of efficient microchannel plate (MCP) optics for X-ray astronomy are (a) the production of MCPs with channels of square cross-section and (b) the development of Development of microchannel plate x-ray optics.

We have succeeded in producing silicon lenses with a geometry suitable for 1-d focusing x-ray optics. These lenses have an aspect ratio () suitable for x-ray reflection and have very good optical surface Development of microchannel plate x-ray optics book. We have developed a number of process refinements which improved the The goal of this research program was to develop a novel technique for focusing x-rays based on the optical system of a lobster's eye.

A lobster eye employs many closely packed reflecting surfaces arranged within a spherical or cylindrical shell. These optics have two unique properties: they have unlimited fields of view and can be manufactured via replication of identical ://   (NASA-CR) DEVELOPMENT OF MICROCHANNEL PLATE X-RAY OPTICS Annual Status Report, 1Jul.

- 30 Jun. (Columbia Univ.) 13 p NI Unclas In the present paper, we describe X-ray images obtained using planar, square pore MCPs in `point-to-point' focusing mode. Angular resolution of 5 arcminutes fwhm has now been measured for full-field illumination of a hydrogen-reduced Galileo MCP (29 mm active diameter; approximat active channels).

Secondly, we report some preliminary metrology of square-pore microchannel plates using 1 February Development of microchannel plate (MCP) x-ray optics George W. Fraser, Adam N. Brunton, John Ernest Lees, James F.

Pearson, Richard Willingale, D. Emberson, W. Bruce Feller, Margaret Stedman, Jane Haycocks 18 July Novel micropore x-ray optics produced with microchannel plate technology.

Marco W. Beijersbergen A novel type of micro-pore optics for the X-ray regime has been developed. These optics have a radial design instead of the square packing in the more traditional Lobster-eye optics. Development of x-ray optics at ESA Development of microchannel plate x-ray optics.

By Philip Kaaret. Abstract. The goal of this research program was to develop a novel technique for focusing x-rays based on the optical system of a lobster's eye.

A lobster eye employs many closely packed reflecting surfaces arranged within a spherical or cylindrical shell. These optics have   Stripline Microchannel Plate These microchannel plates have been lined with several layers of electroding material to sequentially capture high-speed charged particle events.

Stripline MCPs are ideal for high energy physics research when documenting or diagnosing the Development of microchannel plate (MCP) X-ray optics.

In Multilayer and Grazing Incidence X-Ray/EUV Optics III, and Jr, editors.Alternative grazing Development of microchannel plate x-ray optics book X-ray optics can use microchannel plate-MCP, in a Wolter-like or alternatively lobster-eye type, X-ray optic (for a detailed review, see, e.g., [57]).

Depending on A microchannel plate (MCP) consists of closely packed and fused micro glass capillary tubes with inner walls containing a material that can easily yield secondary electrons.

A photocathode is placed at the entrance of the fused capillary tubes and an anode collector at the exit to produce a ://   Lobster eye x-ray optics were first fabricated using glass microchannel plate (MCP) technology.

MCP's were first used to focus x-rays by Wilkins (). Our group was the first to use square pore MCP's, which have a vastly higher focusing efficiency than standard circular pore plates. Our results have been published in Applied Optics (Kaaret ).

Get this from a library. Development of microchannel plate X-ray optics: annual status report for NAGW, 1 July June [Philip E Kaaret; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]   Very high sensitivity optical, UV and EUV and X-ray spectrometers can also be produced with appropriate filtering and dispersive elements.

The same microchannel plate technology is used to make visible light image intensifiers for night vision goggles and   Metrology and modeling of microchannel plate x-ray optics.

Brunton AN(1), Fraser GW, Lees JE, Turcu IC. Author information: (1)X-ray Astronomy Group, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Leicester LE1 7RH. A Monte Carlo ray-trace model of nonideal microchannel plate (MCP) x-ray optics is ://   "Development of microchannel plates for UV and x-ray imaging systems", Photonis Summary Report, ESTEC /96/NL/SB, June Metrology for square glass fibres for micropore x-ray optics Precision Microchannel Plates Enable Imaging Of Deep Space: 29 May Optical Surfaces Ltd has received a sizeable repeat order from Photonis SAS(Brive, France) for production of high-precision microchannel plate blanks to be used in a series of space research ://   Photonis is a global manufacturer of electro-optic solutions used in the detection of ions, electrons, and photons.

We develop, produce, and market innovative sensors for detecting and amplifying very low levels of light, charged particles, and ://   Development and testing of a dual microchannel plate (MCP) module to be used in the national inertial confinement fusion (ICF) program has recently been completed.

The MCP module is a key component of a new monochromatic x-ray imaging diagnostic which is designed around a four channel Kirkpatrick–Baez microscope and diffraction crystals and is located at the University of   An ultrafast x‐ray framing camera is being developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to be used as a diagnostic instrument in laser experiments.

The   Three-dimensional model of x-ray induced microchannel plate output E. Harding and R. Drake University of Michigan, Hayward Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan preliminary development of a three-dimensional model of a single microchannel plate channel in based on electron optics simulations in actual fields and ran-;sequence=2.

Keywords: X-ray optics, X-ray astronomy, Wolter, low mass, pore optics, micro-channel plate, silicon, wafer, stack, XEUS 1. INTRODUCTION The development of low mass X-ray optics is key to the introduction of novel, more cost e ective X-ray astro-physics missions, particularly those requiring very large apertures to explore the early universe   crucial.

One of the many facets of accelerator research and development concerns technology designed to compensate for these e ects. This report is centered around the proposal of using a microchannel plate (MCP) as the cathode of an electron gun, in Silicon Pore Optics (SPO) is a new X-ray optics technology under development in Europe, forming the ESA baseline technology for the International X-ray Observatory candidate mission studied jointly by ESA, NASA, and JAXA.

With its matrix-like structure, made of monocrystalline-bonded Silicon mirrors, it can achieve the required angular resolution and low mass density required for future large @article{osti_, title = {Towards a microchannel-based X-ray detector with two-dimensional spatial and time resolution and high dynamic range}, author = {Adams, Bernhard W.

and Mane, Anil U. and Elam, Jeffrey W. and Obaid, Razib and Wetstein, Matthew and Chollet, Matthieu}, abstractNote = {X-ray detectors that combine two-dimensional spatial resolution with a high time resolution are Cao Z, Jin F, Dong J, Yang Z, Zhan X, Yuan Z, Zhang H, Jiang S, Ding Y.

Soft x-ray low-pass filter with a square-pore microchannel plate. Optics Letters. PMID ?pid= The recent development of the channel electron multiplier (CEM) and its miniaturization into the microchannel array plate (MCP) offers for the first time the possibility of fully combining the advantages of the photographic and photoelectric detection ://   The utilization of X-ray mirrors for extra-solar X-ray astronomy had to await the development of electronic detectors with both high quantum efficiency and the ability to determine the location of the arrival of an X-ray photon in two dimensions.

The first such detectors were the Imaging Proportional Counter and the microchannel plate   Metamaterials provide a challenge for materials analysis, as large-scale 3D geometries confound traditional methods. X-ray optics that allow for novel beam geometries and for more efficient use of conventional X-ray sources can be important in defect and structure analysis to close the loop between design and performance.

Fortunately, metamaterials have also provided a new variety of The McPherson Inc. Model / is an important tool for scientists developing new pulsed and tunable x-ray laser sources. Detect laser harmonics over a wide 4eV to keV energy range.

Charge coupled detectors (CCD) or alternately, gated microchannel plate We developed "Total-reflection zone plate" which has higher potential ability in x-ray focusing with easier fabrication than general x-ray focusing devices.

In line-focusing type for on-dimensional focusing, devices with the theoretical focusing size better than 5 nm were designed and fabricated.

And it achieved x-ray focusing with the size better than 20 nm and with higher efficiency than we The Sheath Transport Observer for the Redistribution of Mass (STORM) instrument is a prototype soft X-ray camera also successfully own on the DXL sounding rocket.

STORM uses newly developed slumped micropore ('lobster eye') optics to focus X-rays onto a position sensitive, chevron configuration, microchannel plate ://   We show a schematic drawing of our ultrahigh resolution radiation imaging system in Fig.

consists of a fiber scintillator plate, a tapered optical fiber plate, a lens, an extension ring, and   2. MEMS X-ray optics. Among the micro pore optics, thanks to the smallest pores on the order of 10 μm, our MEMS X-ray optics can be the lightest.

Recently to improve an angular resolution keeping its lightness, a new method has been invented. Previously, we adopted wet etching to fabricate X-ray    Maryland Univ, Reflective coating for lightweight x-ray optics Chan Arradiance, Extreme surface area microchannel plate device fabricated with ALD OSU, Improved Temperature Stability of ALD Coated Cellulose Nanocrystal Aerogels Recent performance results are presented for Large Area Picosecond Photodetectors (LAPPD T M ^{TM} T M s) being developed by Incom, Inc.

The LAPPD is a micro-channel plate (MCP) based photodetector containing a bi-alkali photocathode with overall dimensions of × × 21 mm 3 ^{3} 3, an active area of up to cm 2 ^{2} 2, spatial resolution ~1 mm, and timing resolutions of ~50 ps for.

Incom’s research efforts have provided us with an understanding of the relationships between X-Ray photon energy, glass formualtions, and core/cladding fractional area on X-Ray attenuation.

Beyond what is found in this paper Incom has multiple materials that have been optimized to attenuate % of X-Rays and the thinnest fiber optic plates   Atomic layer deposition (ALD) technology is used to nanoengineer functional films inside the pores of microchannel plate (MCP) electron multipliers, enabling a novel MCP manufacturing technology that substantially improves performance and opens novel applications.

The authors have developed custom tools and recipes for the growth of conformal films, with optimized conductance and secondary   Development of the Soft X-ray AGM-AGS RIXS Beamline at Taiwan Photon Source on replacing the microchannel plate detector with a charge-coupled device (CCD) detector [8] Focusing optics and slits The RIXS branch includes the front end, focusing mir-rors, slits, AGM grating, sample station, AGS grating

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