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Wide Field-of-View Reflection-Mode Ptychographic Imaging Microscope with Tabletop 12.7 nm High Harmonic Illumination

  • Michael Tanksalvala (a1), Christina L. Porter (a1), Michael Gerrity (a1), Galen P. Miley (a2), Xiaoshi Zhang (a3), Charles S. Bevis (a1), Elisabeth R. Shanblatt (a1), Robert Karl (a1), Giulia F. Mancini (a1), Daniel A. Adams (a1), Henry C. Kapteyn (a1) (a3) and Margaret M. Murnane (a1) (a3)...
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[1] Miao, J., etal, Science 348 2015). pp. 530535.
[2] Zhang, B., et al, Ultramicroscopy 158 2015). pp. 98104.
[3] Fienup, J. R. Appl. Opt. 52 2013). pp. 4556.
[4] Maiden, A. M. & Rodenburg, J. M. Ultramicroscopy 109 2009). pp. 12561262.
[5] Gardner, D. F., et al, Opt. Express 20 2012). pp. 1905019059.
[6] The authors acknowledge major support from the following grants: DARPA PULSE W31P4Q-13-1-0015, a Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation EPiQS Initiative through Grant GBMF4538, an NSF Science and Technology Center DMR- 1548924, and DOE STTR Grant No. DE-SC0006514.

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