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Ridged atomic mirrors and atomic nanoscope (2006)

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by D Kouznetsov , H Oberst , A Neumann , Y Kuznetsova , K Shimizu , J-f Bisson , K Ueda , S R J Brueck

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@MISC{Kouznetsov06ridgedatomic,
    author = {D Kouznetsov and H Oberst and A Neumann and Y Kuznetsova and K Shimizu and J-f Bisson and K Ueda and S R J Brueck},
    title = {Ridged atomic mirrors and atomic nanoscope},
    year = {2006}
}

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Abstract

Recent results on the reflection of waves from ridged mirrors are discussed. Numerical calculations, analytical estimates and the direct measurements of coefficient of specular reflection of atomic waves from solid-state mirrors are combined. The reflectivity is approximated as an elementary function of period L of ridges, their width ℓ, wavenumber K, grazing angle θ and effective depth w of the van der Waals potential. In a special case L = ℓ, the fit reproduces the reflectivity of flat surfaces. Our approximation allows us to optimize the L at given ℓ and estimate the maximum performance of a ridged mirror. Such a mirror is suggested as a focusing element for the nano-scale imaging system. 1.

Keyphrases

atomic mirror    atomic nanoscope    numerical calculation    specular reflection    van der waals potential    focusing element    ridged mirror    analytical estimate    nano-scale imaging system    solid-state mirror    elementary function    flat surface    atomic wave    maximum performance    direct measurement    special case    recent result    effective depth

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