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Author Mobilio, Settimio.
Title Synchrotron radiation : basics, methods and applications.
Publication Info Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2014.
Edition 1st ed.



Descript 1 online resource (807 p.)
Edition 1st ed.
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I Basics of Synchrotron Radiation -- 1 Introduction to Synchrotron Radiation -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Storage Rings and Synchrotron Radiation Sources -- 1.3 Synchrotron Radiation Properties -- 1.4 Radiated Power and Time Structure -- 1.5 Angular, Spectral and Intensity Distribution -- 1.6 Polarization -- 1.7 Spectral Brightness and Emittance -- 1.8 Insertion Devices -- References -- 2 Characteristics and Properties of Synchrotron Radiation -- 2.1 Introduction: Broad Picture of a Synchrotron Light Source -- 2.2 Relativistic Effects in a Nutshell
2.3 Definition of the Main Parameters -- 2.3.1 Spectral Distribution Features -- 2.3.2 Total Emission -- 2.3.3 Brightness -- 2.3.4 Polarization -- 2.3.5 Time Features -- 2.3.6 Coherence Parameters -- 2.4 Bending Magnets -- 2.5 Wigglers -- 2.6 Undulators -- 2.7 Free Electron Lasers -- 2.7.1 The Gain Length -- 2.7.2 Infrared FELs Versus X-FELs -- 2.7.3 The Subtle Effects of Relativity -- 2.7.4 Saturation -- 2.7.5 Seeding -- 2.8 Why Are Synchrotron and X-FELs Sources Important? -- 2.9 New Types of Synchrotron-Related Sources -- 2.10 A Few Practical Equations -- References
3 Instrumentation at Synchrotron Radiation Beamlines -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Beamlines in the Hard X-Ray Range (2000--50000 eV) -- 3.2.1 Hard X-Ray Optics -- 3.2.2 X-Ray Detectors -- 3.2.3 Diffraction Beamlines: MCX at Elettra -- 3.2.4 Absorption Beamlines: the XAFS Beamline at Elettra -- 3.3 Soft X-Ray and Vacuum Ultraviolet Beamlines -- 3.3.1 Soft X-Ray Energy Optics -- 3.3.2 Layout for a Soft X-Ray Energy Beamline -- 3.3.3 Low Energy VUV (4--40 eV) and Visible-Infrared Beamlines -- 3.3.4 Experimental Examples to Test the Beamline Performance -- 3.4 Cooling of Optics and Other Beamline Parts
3.5 X-Ray Optics for Microscopy -- 3.5.1 X-Ray Focusing Optics -- References -- Part II Fundamental Interactions -- 4 Introduction to Matter Radiation Interaction -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Classical Description of Electromagnetic Waves and Their Interaction with the Matter -- 4.2.1 Electromagnetic Waves in the Vacuum -- 4.2.2 Electromagnetic Waves in Matter -- 4.2.3 Classical Microscopic Description of the Complex Index of Refraction -- 4.2.4 The Scattering and its Classical Description -- 4.2.5 Elastic Scattering at High Energy -- 4.2.6 Anomalous Scattering
4.3 Semiclassical Description of the Interaction Between Matter and Radiation -- 4.3.1 Quantum Description of the Matter -- 4.3.2 Semiclassical Description of the Interaction -- 4.3.3 Absorption Coefficient in the Semiclassical Approach -- 4.3.4 The Scattering in the Semi-classical Approach -- 4.4 Quantum Description of the Absorption and Scattering -- 4.4.1 Quantum Description of the Electromagnetic Field -- 4.4.2 Quantum Description of the Interaction of Electromagnetic Fields and Matter -- 4.4.3 Absorption Cross Section -- 4.4.4 First Order Scattering
4.4.5 Second Order Scattering: Anomalous and Resonant Scattering
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
ISBN 9783642553158
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Author Mobilio, Settimio.
Subject Synchrotron radiation.
Alt author Boscherini, Federico.
Meneghini, Carlo.
Descript 1 online resource (807 p.)
Edition 1st ed.
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I Basics of Synchrotron Radiation -- 1 Introduction to Synchrotron Radiation -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Storage Rings and Synchrotron Radiation Sources -- 1.3 Synchrotron Radiation Properties -- 1.4 Radiated Power and Time Structure -- 1.5 Angular, Spectral and Intensity Distribution -- 1.6 Polarization -- 1.7 Spectral Brightness and Emittance -- 1.8 Insertion Devices -- References -- 2 Characteristics and Properties of Synchrotron Radiation -- 2.1 Introduction: Broad Picture of a Synchrotron Light Source -- 2.2 Relativistic Effects in a Nutshell
2.3 Definition of the Main Parameters -- 2.3.1 Spectral Distribution Features -- 2.3.2 Total Emission -- 2.3.3 Brightness -- 2.3.4 Polarization -- 2.3.5 Time Features -- 2.3.6 Coherence Parameters -- 2.4 Bending Magnets -- 2.5 Wigglers -- 2.6 Undulators -- 2.7 Free Electron Lasers -- 2.7.1 The Gain Length -- 2.7.2 Infrared FELs Versus X-FELs -- 2.7.3 The Subtle Effects of Relativity -- 2.7.4 Saturation -- 2.7.5 Seeding -- 2.8 Why Are Synchrotron and X-FELs Sources Important? -- 2.9 New Types of Synchrotron-Related Sources -- 2.10 A Few Practical Equations -- References
3 Instrumentation at Synchrotron Radiation Beamlines -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Beamlines in the Hard X-Ray Range (2000--50000 eV) -- 3.2.1 Hard X-Ray Optics -- 3.2.2 X-Ray Detectors -- 3.2.3 Diffraction Beamlines: MCX at Elettra -- 3.2.4 Absorption Beamlines: the XAFS Beamline at Elettra -- 3.3 Soft X-Ray and Vacuum Ultraviolet Beamlines -- 3.3.1 Soft X-Ray Energy Optics -- 3.3.2 Layout for a Soft X-Ray Energy Beamline -- 3.3.3 Low Energy VUV (4--40 eV) and Visible-Infrared Beamlines -- 3.3.4 Experimental Examples to Test the Beamline Performance -- 3.4 Cooling of Optics and Other Beamline Parts
3.5 X-Ray Optics for Microscopy -- 3.5.1 X-Ray Focusing Optics -- References -- Part II Fundamental Interactions -- 4 Introduction to Matter Radiation Interaction -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Classical Description of Electromagnetic Waves and Their Interaction with the Matter -- 4.2.1 Electromagnetic Waves in the Vacuum -- 4.2.2 Electromagnetic Waves in Matter -- 4.2.3 Classical Microscopic Description of the Complex Index of Refraction -- 4.2.4 The Scattering and its Classical Description -- 4.2.5 Elastic Scattering at High Energy -- 4.2.6 Anomalous Scattering
4.3 Semiclassical Description of the Interaction Between Matter and Radiation -- 4.3.1 Quantum Description of the Matter -- 4.3.2 Semiclassical Description of the Interaction -- 4.3.3 Absorption Coefficient in the Semiclassical Approach -- 4.3.4 The Scattering in the Semi-classical Approach -- 4.4 Quantum Description of the Absorption and Scattering -- 4.4.1 Quantum Description of the Electromagnetic Field -- 4.4.2 Quantum Description of the Interaction of Electromagnetic Fields and Matter -- 4.4.3 Absorption Cross Section -- 4.4.4 First Order Scattering
4.4.5 Second Order Scattering: Anomalous and Resonant Scattering
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
ISBN 9783642553158
Author Mobilio, Settimio.
Subject Synchrotron radiation.
Alt author Boscherini, Federico.
Meneghini, Carlo.

Subject Synchrotron radiation.
Descript 1 online resource (807 p.)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I Basics of Synchrotron Radiation -- 1 Introduction to Synchrotron Radiation -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Storage Rings and Synchrotron Radiation Sources -- 1.3 Synchrotron Radiation Properties -- 1.4 Radiated Power and Time Structure -- 1.5 Angular, Spectral and Intensity Distribution -- 1.6 Polarization -- 1.7 Spectral Brightness and Emittance -- 1.8 Insertion Devices -- References -- 2 Characteristics and Properties of Synchrotron Radiation -- 2.1 Introduction: Broad Picture of a Synchrotron Light Source -- 2.2 Relativistic Effects in a Nutshell
2.3 Definition of the Main Parameters -- 2.3.1 Spectral Distribution Features -- 2.3.2 Total Emission -- 2.3.3 Brightness -- 2.3.4 Polarization -- 2.3.5 Time Features -- 2.3.6 Coherence Parameters -- 2.4 Bending Magnets -- 2.5 Wigglers -- 2.6 Undulators -- 2.7 Free Electron Lasers -- 2.7.1 The Gain Length -- 2.7.2 Infrared FELs Versus X-FELs -- 2.7.3 The Subtle Effects of Relativity -- 2.7.4 Saturation -- 2.7.5 Seeding -- 2.8 Why Are Synchrotron and X-FELs Sources Important? -- 2.9 New Types of Synchrotron-Related Sources -- 2.10 A Few Practical Equations -- References
3 Instrumentation at Synchrotron Radiation Beamlines -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Beamlines in the Hard X-Ray Range (2000--50000 eV) -- 3.2.1 Hard X-Ray Optics -- 3.2.2 X-Ray Detectors -- 3.2.3 Diffraction Beamlines: MCX at Elettra -- 3.2.4 Absorption Beamlines: the XAFS Beamline at Elettra -- 3.3 Soft X-Ray and Vacuum Ultraviolet Beamlines -- 3.3.1 Soft X-Ray Energy Optics -- 3.3.2 Layout for a Soft X-Ray Energy Beamline -- 3.3.3 Low Energy VUV (4--40 eV) and Visible-Infrared Beamlines -- 3.3.4 Experimental Examples to Test the Beamline Performance -- 3.4 Cooling of Optics and Other Beamline Parts
3.5 X-Ray Optics for Microscopy -- 3.5.1 X-Ray Focusing Optics -- References -- Part II Fundamental Interactions -- 4 Introduction to Matter Radiation Interaction -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Classical Description of Electromagnetic Waves and Their Interaction with the Matter -- 4.2.1 Electromagnetic Waves in the Vacuum -- 4.2.2 Electromagnetic Waves in Matter -- 4.2.3 Classical Microscopic Description of the Complex Index of Refraction -- 4.2.4 The Scattering and its Classical Description -- 4.2.5 Elastic Scattering at High Energy -- 4.2.6 Anomalous Scattering
4.3 Semiclassical Description of the Interaction Between Matter and Radiation -- 4.3.1 Quantum Description of the Matter -- 4.3.2 Semiclassical Description of the Interaction -- 4.3.3 Absorption Coefficient in the Semiclassical Approach -- 4.3.4 The Scattering in the Semi-classical Approach -- 4.4 Quantum Description of the Absorption and Scattering -- 4.4.1 Quantum Description of the Electromagnetic Field -- 4.4.2 Quantum Description of the Interaction of Electromagnetic Fields and Matter -- 4.4.3 Absorption Cross Section -- 4.4.4 First Order Scattering
4.4.5 Second Order Scattering: Anomalous and Resonant Scattering
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
Alt author Boscherini, Federico.
Meneghini, Carlo.
ISBN 9783642553158

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