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Aschenbach, B.

B. Aschenbach, Institut fuer Extraterrestrische Physik, private communication.

Beuermann, K. P.

Bräuninger, H.

Dangschat, H.

Haelbich, R.-P.

Kraus, H.

Predehl, P.

Trümper, J.

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One-side mth-order efficiencies N(m)/[N0(1 − ƒ)] for the first three and the zeroth diffraction orders. The triangles, circles, squares, and plus signs represent the data points corrected for support grid obstruction using ƒ = 0.55. The solid curves are the corresponding theoretical efficiencies for the wire cross section shown in the insert.

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Table I Measured One-Side mth-Order Efficiencies for Grating Facet with 2000 Wires/mm Corrected for Support Grid Obstruction

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