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Methods of Sof t X-rays Generation and Utilization

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17DBMGRZ ZK 5 2P Czech
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Department of Natural Sciences
Synopsis:

Basic properties of X-rays are overwied and the history of X-ray discovery is presented. Main attention is paid to soft X-rays, methods of generation, detection and applications. Primery influence of X-rays on biological objects is discussed and exploitation in the molecular biology research is presented

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Syllabus of lectures:

1.X- rays - electromagnetic radiation and ionizing radiation

2.History of X-ray discovery, X-ray (roentgen) tube, X-ray interaction with matter. Principles of detection.

3.Radiometry and dosimetry

4.Methods of generation of soft X-rays. Synchotron. Laser plasma as high brightness source. X-ray lasers, X=rays from cosmic space

5.X-ray optics. Grazing incidence mirror. Zone plates

6.Exploitation of X-rays. Sciagraphy. Microscopy. Microanalysis.

7.Lithography in production of VLSI electronic componencts.

8.Immaging of biological objects

9.X-ray fluorescent analysis

10.Primary effects of X-rays on biological objects at molecular level

11.Topic research of X-rays application in molecular biology.

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Study Objective:

Presentation of basic propertied of soft X-rays and its tentative applications

Study materials:

1.Michette, S.Pfauntsh: X-Ray -The First Hundred Years, John Wiley&Sons,Chichester 1999

2.D. Attwood, Soft X-rays and Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation: Principles and Applications (Cambridge University Press, 1999)

3.http://astronuklfyzika.cz/JadRadMetody.htm#2

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