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Figure 3
Flux as a function of energy. The markers show the spectrum as measured with a PIN diode at the sample position. The solid line is the theoretical spectrum multiplied by 0.5. The experimentally measured flux is thus a factor of two lower than predicted. The lower flux at high energies is due to the grazing-incidence angles of the mirrors being smaller than the design.

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