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Abstract

In optical interferometry, the generation and subsequent recombination of two (or more) coherent beams can be accomplished in many different ways, most of which cannot be applied to X-rays because the refractive index of all materials is too close to unity. It is not difficult, however, to deviate or to divide a beam of X-rays by means of diffraction by a crystal lattice. Therefore in existing X-ray interferometers extensive use is made of Laue and Bragg case diffraction.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • U. Bonse
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  1. 1.Physikalisches Institut der Universität MünsterDeutschland

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