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Titanium dioxide nanofiber-cotton targets for efficient multi-keV x-ray generation
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FIG. 1.

Arrangement of the four x-ray diagnostics. The small block of nanofiber-cotton material ( thickness, width, and height) was attached to a -thick polystyrene film. A slit was fielded at in distance from the target surface to restrict the observation region.

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FIG. 2.

A Ti -shell spectrum (solid line) measured by means of the x-ray streak spectrograph for the nanofiber-cotton target at the time of highest electron temperature. Spectra calculated using the FLYCHK code were convoluted with the instrumental energy resolution. The synthetic spectra are calculated for (dotted line), (dashed line), and (dash-dotted line) in electron temperature. An electron density of is assumed. These spectra are normalized by the line intensity.

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FIG. 3.

Two-dimensional x-ray images at different times for the planar Ti foil [(a)–(c)] and for the titanium dioxide nanofiber-cotton target [(d)–(f)]. The laser beams were incident from the left-hand side. The time origin was defined as 10% of x-ray emission peak measured by the the x-ray streak spectrograph.


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Scitation: Titanium dioxide nanofiber-cotton targets for efficient multi-keV x-ray generation