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Thomson scattering from a shock front
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10.1063/1.2220069
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3D CAD rendering of experimental geometry, with beam directions. Beam timings and properties are discussed in the text. The gas fill tube was attached to plastic hose through a voltage transducer to measure target gas pressure. In addition, alignment wires used for metrology and rotational alignment were positioned at two separate places on the target. A dotted circle outlines the location of the scattering volume on the target axis.

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Imaged spectrum from successful Thomson scattering experiment. Scattered light signal begins at after drive beams turn on, about halfway through the duration of the probe beam. The Thomson scattered light duration was . Timing and velocity measurements were consistent from scattering within the driven shock transition layer, as the gas collapses due to radiation loss.

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Scitation: Thomson scattering from a shock front
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/rsi/77/10/10.1063/1.2220069
10.1063/1.2220069
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