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Gas-cluster targets for femtosecond laser interaction: Modeling and optimization
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10.1063/1.2336105
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The approximations of the argon and krypton surface tensions used in the computations.

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Comparison of computational results with the Hagena’s theory predictions.

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Computed values of dryness degree for the conical nozzles.

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Computed values of cluster concentration for the conical nozzle.

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Computed values of the cluster radius for the conical nozzles.

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Comparison of the computation results with Hagena’s theory for various nozzles.

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Argon cluster target parameters (computation results).

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Krypton cluster target parameters (computation results).

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Computational results for argon and the three-staged nozzle: the dependencies of the dryness degree (a), mean number of atoms per cluster (b), mean cluster radius (c), the mean-square deviation of the cluster radius (d), total concentration of atoms (e), and concentration of clusters (f) on the distance from the axis of the jet at from the outlet of the nozzle.

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Computational results for krypton and the three-staged nozzle: the dependencies of the dryness degree (a), mean number of atoms per cluster (b), mean cluster radius (c), the mean-square deviation of the cluster radius (d), total concentration of atoms (e), and concentration of clusters (f) on the distance from the axis of the jet at from the outlet of the nozzle.

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Computational results for xenon and the three-staged nozzle: the dependencies of the dryness degree (a), mean number of atoms per cluster (b), mean cluster radius (c), the mean-square deviation of the cluster radius (d), total concentration of atoms (e), and concentration of clusters (f) on the distance from the axis of the jet at from the outlet of the nozzle.

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FIG. 12.

(a) The backing pressure (cluster size) dependence of x-ray emission spectra nearby the resonance line of He-like Ar measured at a laser intensity of , a pulse duration of , and a laser contrast of : (top curve); and (middle curve); and (bottom curve). (b) The laser contrast dependence of x-ray emission spectra of Ne-like ions of Kr under backing pressure at a laser intensity of . (c) X-ray emission spectra of Ni-like ions of Xe under backing pressure at a laser intensity of .

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Scitation: Gas-cluster targets for femtosecond laser interaction: Modeling and optimization
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/rsi/77/8/10.1063/1.2336105
10.1063/1.2336105
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