X-ray mirrors made from multi-layered material

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4289122, 427 39, B32B 702

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046845658

ABSTRACT:
The present invention is an X-ray mirror including a multi-layered material in which the composition of the layers repeat, the repeat distance being between 8 and 250 A., In one embodiment, the mirror is produced by CVD. In another embodiment, the layers forming the structure are made of amorphous semiconductor or insulator material.

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