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Submicron ionography of nanostructures using a femtosecond-laser-driven-cluster-based source
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(a) Experimental setup. (b) Traces in the most broadening part of spectral lines of He- and H-like ions of oxygen, observed in the direction of laser beam propagation, and their modeling using the following plasma parameters: , , , . (c) One-dimensional velocity distribution function extracted from experimental spectra of and lines of oxygen ions.

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Ionography images of 1 um polypropylene foils obtained on different observation direction to ion source. Magnified part of image demonstrated that single micron-size inhomogeneous inclusions in polypropylene foils are clearly resolved.

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The image (a) and the trace (b) of 2000 lpi mesh consisted from separate latent tracks, produced by ions penetrated through the open parts of mesh and recorded in CR-39. Sharpness of edge slope demonstrates spatial resolution . (c) Image of damaged Zr 100 nm foil, self-shaped to swirls and tubes. The areas of multiple layers superimpose are recognized. (d) Comparison of intensity of image modeled with assumption of oxygen ions distribution with and experimental intensities of Zr tube.

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Ionography image of spider web structure with silk, glue drops, and insects caught on it. The setae of the insect with size extremity are perfectly resolved in magnified part of image.


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Scitation: Submicron ionography of nanostructures using a femtosecond-laser-driven-cluster-based source