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Extreme UV Sources Fill the Gap

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Recent advances in nonaccelerator techniques have ushered in commercially available sources of extreme UV radiation.

FAIZ RAHMAN, OHIO UNIVERSITY

The electromagnetic spectrum has several regions where emitters, detectors, or both are not readily available. Terahertz and the far-infrared are prime examples. Even within the visible spectrum, much has been said about the “green gap” — the wavelength region between 500 and 600 nm where efficient and high-brightness solid-state sources were, until recently, hard to come by (Figure 1). Figure 1. An LDLS (laser-driven light source) module from Energetiq Technology Inc., powered by a separate solid-state laser unit (not shown). Courtesy of Energetiq Technology Inc. ...Read full article

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