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High resolution monochromator for the VUV radiation from the DORIS storage ring

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Abstract

The unique properties of the DORIS storage ring at DESY as a synchrotron radiation source are exploited for high resolution spectroscopy in the vacuum ultraviolet. We describe a new experimental set up with a 3-m normal incidence monochromator for wavelengths between 3000 Å and 300 Å (4 ≤ ħω ≤ 40 eV) using a vertical dispersion plane. The storage ring provides a light flux intense and stable enough for rapid photoelectrical scanning of the spectra with a resolution of 0.03 Å in first order.

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