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3D PSF Measurement for a Soft X-ray Microscope and Comparison to Theory

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The transmission X-ray microscope’s 3D PSF exhibits an axial asymmetry that cannot be explained by an incoherent imaging model for either a lens or zone plate, with or without spherical aberration.

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