Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy I, 31

  • James Samson, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, U.S.A.
    • David Ederer, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.
      • Thomas Lucatorto, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland, U.S.A.
        • Marc De Graef, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.


        Experimental researchers, graduate students, and practitioners in applied physics, especially spectroscopic methods; optical sources in physics and engineering; and atomic and molecular physics who work in the field of vacuum ultraviolet applications.


Book information

  • Published: July 1998
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-475978-7

Table of Contents

J. Samson and D. Ederer, Introduction.


Synchrotron Radiation:
S.L. Hulbert and G.P. Williams, General Description.
J.B. West, Beamline Configuration.

Laboratory Sources:
J.R Roberts, Glow Discharges.
M. Kühne, Hollow Cathode.
M. Richardson, Laser Produced Plasma.
A. Braundmeier and E.T. Arakawa, Transition Radiation.
P. Jaegle, VUV Lasers.
M. Kühne, Radiometric Characterization of VUV Sources.

Optical Components:

Reflecting and Imaging Optics:
J.H. Underwood, Imaging Properties and Aberrations of Spherical and Non-Spherical Optics.
W.R. Hunter, Reflectance and Polarization.
E.M. Gullikson, Optical Properties of Materials.
E. Spiller, Multilayers.
Y. Vladimirsky, Zone Plates.
W.R. Hunter, Windows and Filters.

Dispersive Optics:
T. Namoika, Diffraction Gratings.
W.R. Hunter, Multilayer Gratings.
E. Förster, Crystal Optics.

Subject Index.