In the original publication [Hettrick et al.., Appl. Opt. , 43, 3772–3796 (2004)], Eq. (6) and Fig. 30 were not presented properly. These misprints are corrected here.

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  1. M. C. Hettrick, M. E. Cuneo, J. L. Porter, L. E. Ruggles, W. W. Simpson, M. F. Vargas, D. F. Wenger, “Profiled bar transmission gratings: soft-x-ray calibration of new Kirchoff solutions,” Appl. Opt. 43, 3772–3796 (2004).
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Cuneo, M. E.

Hettrick, M. C.

Porter, J. L.

Ruggles, L. E.

Simpson, W. W.

Vargas, M. F.

Wenger, D. F.

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Fig. 30
Fig. 30

Unfolded (gigawatt per electron volt per steradian) spectra of a Z-pinch source from experiment Z987, with grating HS14_Z on TGS5, viewing 0.40 height of the pinch at an angle of 13.5°. Data error bars are ±20%. To obtain power observable at a viewing angle of 0°, multiply the vertical scale by a factor of 1/cos(13.5°) = 1.03, since the high mass tungsten Z-pinch source is assumed to be Lambertian (optically thick). For the power spectrum observable from the full height of the pinch, divide the vertical scale by f ∼ 0.40.

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η m = S R / S G × GRAT m _ ON - GRAT m _ OFF - GRAT m _ BASE / SLIT _ ON - SLIT _ OFF ,