Abstract

We report the tabletop acquisition of soft x-ray holographic images of nanostructures with a spatial resolution of 46±2nm, nearly equal to the wavelength of the illumination. Holograms of carbon nanotubes were recorded using a compact, tabletop capillary-discharge soft x-ray laser emitting at 46.9nm in a high-numerical-aperture Gabor configuration.

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