Conference Paper Enhancement of diffraction efficiency of laminar-type diffraction gratings overcoated

Koike, Masato  ,  小池, 雅人  ,  Imazono, Takashi  ,  Nagano, Tetsuya  ,  Sasai, Hiroyuki  ,  Oue, Yuki  ,  Yonezawa, Zeno  ,  Kuramoto, Satoshi  ,  Terauchi, Masami  ,  Takahashi, Hideyuki  ,  Notoya, Satoshi  ,  Murano, Takanori

1741pp.040045-1 - 040045-4 , 2016-07 , AIP Publishing
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Born is the critical trace element due to take the advantage of improving quenching characteristics in steel. Recently there is a great demand to detect the B-K emission band at around 6.76 nm more efficiently. To meet this demand we performed a feasibility study to enhance the diffraction efficiency of laminar-type diffraction grating based on a newly discovered physical phenomenon in the region of total reflection. The phenomenon is embodied as a transparent high-density material layer overcoated on a metal layer on grating grooves. The material should have intermediate diffractive index of vacuum and the metal layer. We found that high density diamond-like carbon (DLC) having a density of 3.1 g/cm3 is one of the best material and simulated the diffraction efficiency in a spectral region of 3.5-8.5 nm. The optimum thickness is 24 nm for an incidence angle of 87.0. Then the first order diffraction efficiency is expected to achieve up to 29.7 %, which is improved from 15.6 % for Ni or 14.1 % for Au, at 6.76 nm

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