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Plane of the monochromator, where it can be seen that the vertical image size is close to the one calculated, defining the source size limited resolution. Because dispersion across the exit plane is continuous, an exit slit has to be placed there to select the wavelength required. 03 mm (FWHM) in this case. Fig. 4a shows the image size in the middle of the ANCILLARY COMPONENTS 35 ion-beam interaction region, I in Fig. 2, and Fig. 03 mm. For these ray traces a polychromatic source was used, and the large number of rays lost is due to the fact that the slit selects only a small fraction of these corresponding to the bandwidth for which it has been set.
Because dispersion across the exit plane is continuous, an exit slit has to be placed there to select the wavelength required. 03 mm (FWHM) in this case. Fig. 4a shows the image size in the middle of the ANCILLARY COMPONENTS 35 ion-beam interaction region, I in Fig. 2, and Fig. 03 mm. For these ray traces a polychromatic source was used, and the large number of rays lost is due to the fact that the slit selects only a small fraction of these corresponding to the bandwidth for which it has been set.