Within a framework of an overview of the current status and potential of X-ray microscopy, a description is given of the development of the King's College scanning instrument which produced its first images in September, 1986. The instrument was mounted on the newly-built undulator beam line at the UK Science and Engineering Research Council's SRS synchrotron. There are consequently three sites worldwide where high-resolution X-ray microscopes with zone-plate optics are in operation. The other sites are BESSY-Berlin and NSLS-Brookhaven.
Burge, R. E.; Michette, A. G.; and Duke, P. J.
"X-Ray Microscopy and X-Ray Imaging,"
Scanning Microscopy: Vol. 1
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/microscopy/vol1/iss3/2