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1-- . , ~~, ~ ~, -.... \~ N \' \ 0() Ö ~ Q. 51 • 1 10 100 1000 ,\ ~ . -\ i 10 9 10 0 1 ,\\ ~\ \ \ 100QC (eV) Fig . 2: Spectral distribution of SR into a solid angle for the DORIS storage ring at different operating conditions and for the DESY synchrotron (from Ref . 14) 52 V. SAILE DORIS Fig. 3: Angular distribution of intensity components with E-vector parallel (~I) and normal (11) to the plane of the DOR1S storag~ ring. (lL) and~lR) denote left and right hand circularly polarized components (from Ref.

3. The size of the toroid was decreased in this case in the direction perpendicular to the plane of incidence. The defocusing drops from 120 ~ to 6~. 2 cm; and the 5 cm x 5 cm mirror subtends a large angle at this distance. In shortening the mirror to 5 x l/cm, we have eliminated that portion of the toroid which deviates most from the ideal mirror shape which will focus our point object to an exact point. This shape is the ellipsoid. It has not been greatly used because of difficulty in manufacture.

2 Problem 2 needs investigation in the areas of surface characterization. scattering mechanisms and angular and energy dependence. Scattering of the SR by optical surfaces may be the most significant limit to available fluxes at high photon energies. 3 Items 3 and 4 determine the nature ofooptics in the UV. Mirrors are. in general. necessary bel~w 2000A. Although potential lens materials exist down to ~ l200A (BaF2. CaF2. LiF2)' their indices of refraction vary significantly near their cutoff wavelengths.

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