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High-resolution K-shell spectra from laser excited molybdenum plasma

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Author(s)

Lawrence T. Hudson, C.I Szabo, P Indelicatio, John F. Seely, T Ma

Abstract

X-ray spectra from Molybdenum plasmas were recorded by a Cauchois-type cylindrically bent Transmission Crystal Spectrometer (TCS). The absolutely calibrated spectrometer provides an unprecedented resolution of inner shell transitions (K x-ray radiation). This tool allows us to resolve individual lines from different charge states existing inside the laser-produced plasma. The inner shell transitions from highly charged Molybdenum shown in this report have never been resolved before in such detail in a laser-produced plasma.
Citation
The European Physical Journal Special Topics

Keywords

Crystal Spectrometer, Molybdenum plasma, laser-produced plasma, absolute spectroscopy

Citation

Hudson, L. , Szabo, C. , Indelicatio, P. , Seely, J. and Ma, T. (2013), High-resolution K-shell spectra from laser excited molybdenum plasma, The European Physical Journal Special Topics, [online], https://doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/20135913007 (Accessed June 16, 2024)

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Created November 1, 2013, Updated November 10, 2018