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Dominant deuteron acceleration with a high-intensity laser for isotope production and neutron generation
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FIG. 1.

Experimental spectra for deuterons and protons for delay 2 s with 100:1; the inset shows the ion traces produced on TP spectrometer (the brightness of the TP image was enhanced to make visible a weak proton trace).

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FIG. 2.

Number of deuterons in three energy intervals (1-3 MeV—squares; 3-5 MeV—circles; 5-8 MeV—triangles) for different delay periods between spraying and the laser pulse.

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FIG. 3.

Deuteron beam image with E 2.5 MeV on RCF (a); the lineout of deuteron beam image (b).

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FIG. 4.

Simulated spectra of deuterons and protons from FSA (a) and RSA (b) integrated over angular distribution.

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FIG. 5.

Spectrum of decay (  MeV) on HPGe detector collected for t = 146.4 min. The spectrum was produced from accumulation of sample irradiated with 6 laser shots for 33 min with counting started 24 min after that (a); Measured number of positrons produced from decays (squares). The solid line represents the equation with and half-life of 20.32 m (b).

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FIG. 6.

Oscilloscope traces showing a γ-ray peak and a peak (a) similar trace taken with a 50-mm borated plastic to absorb neutrons placed in front of the detector (b). Neutron spectra extracted from the traces on (a)–(c)


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Scitation: Dominant deuteron acceleration with a high-intensity laser for isotope production and neutron generation