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A Wolter-type grazing-incidence mirror was used as an objective for an imaging X-ray fluorescence microscope. The microscope was constructed at the beamline 6C2 of the Photon Factory. The shortest wavelength used was ∼0. 1 nm, which was limited by the grazing-incidence angle of the mirror. To demonstrate the possibility of recording X-ray fluorescence images, several fine grids were used as test specimens. Characteristic X-rays emitted from each specimen could be clearly imaged. Spatial resolution was estimated to be better than 10 µm.
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