Diffraction Gratings


What is a diffraction grating?


A diffraction grating is a periodic structure patterned into a reflective surface, which disperses light into its constituent wavelengths.

• Gratings separate light into its colors, similar to a prism.

• Allows one to control and manipulate light.

• Used in all applications in which the wavelength of light must be tuned (spectroscopy, imaging, etc.), including beamline monochromators, FEL self-seeding, and x-ray emission spectrometers / RIXS

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An Inprentus Sample Diffraction Grating

An Inprentus Sample Diffraction Grating