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Development of time resolved x-ray spectroscopy in high intensity laser-plasma interactions
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10.1063/1.2222340
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(Color online) Experiment layout. A pulse at is focused to using an F/10 lens with a random phase plate, and a pulse at is focused to using an F/3 parabola onto a thin foil target.

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(Color online) Spectrometer Schematic. The crystal is curved sagtitally producing a line focus parallel to its surface. Detection is carried out perpendicular to this plane via x-ray streak camera, the initial detection point being the photocathode. The crystal can be adjusted to suit wavelength detection range. Source to cathode distance was .

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(Color online) Experimental results. (a) Streak image obtained from a layered foil target illuminated with with pulse at , (b) same target as before illuminated using with pulse at , and (c) bare thick Ti foil illuminated at with a pulse at . For all cases, the streak camera was filtered with a Al foil plus a Mylar foil in addition to the Be window. The dotted lines indicate the start of the laser pulse .

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2006-10-10
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Scitation: Development of time resolved x-ray spectroscopy in high intensity laser-plasma interactions
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/rsi/77/10/10.1063/1.2222340
10.1063/1.2222340
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