X-Rays and Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation
Principles and Applications
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- David Attwood, University of California, Berkeley
- Anne Sakdinawat, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
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With this fully updated second edition, readers will gain a detailed understanding of the physics and applications of modern X-ray and EUV radiation sources. Taking into account the most recent improvements in capabilities, coverage is expanded to include new chapters on free electron lasers (FELs), laser high harmonic generation (HHG), X-ray and EUV optics, and nanoscale imaging; a completely revised chapter on spatial and temporal coherence; and extensive discussion of the generation and applications of femtosecond and attosecond techniques. Readers will be guided step by step through the mathematics of each topic, with over 300 figures, 50 reference tables and 600 equations enabling easy understanding of key concepts. Homework problems, a solutions manual for instructors, and links to YouTube lectures accompany the book online. This is the 'go-to' guide for graduate students, researchers and industry practitioners interested in X-ray and EUV interaction with matter.Read more
- Contains 40% new material, including completely new chapters on free electron lasers, laser high harmonic generation, X-ray and EUV optics, and nanoscale imaging
- Richly illustrated with over 300 figures, 50 reference tables and 600 numbered equations
- Homework problems, a solutions manual for instructors, and links to YouTube lectures accompany the book online
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'A very clear, comprehensive and updated presentation of the basic physical properties and applications of XUV and X-ray radiation. I highly recommend the book for graduate students and anyone working in this fast growing field of research.' Claudio Pellegrini, University of California, Los Angeles, SLAC
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- Edition: 2nd Edition
- Date Published: December 2016
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781316811023
- contains: 278 colour illus. 8 tables
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
2. Radiation and scattering at EUV and X-ray wavelengths
3. Wave propagation and refractive index at X-ray and EUV wavelengths
4. Coherence at short wavelengths
5. Synchrotron radiation
6. X-ray and EUV free electron lasers
7. Laser high harmonic generation
8. Physics of hot dense plasmas
9. Extreme ultraviolet and soft X-ray lasers
10. X-ray and extreme ultraviolet optics
11. X-ray and EUV imaging.
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