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Overview of Recent Atomic Spectroscopy At The NIST EBIT

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Author(s)

John D. Gillaspy

Abstract

Seven papers published by the NIST EBIT spectroscopy team and collaborators from mid-2009 to mid-2011 are summarized. Previous discussions of the D-lines in Na-like ions and the Lyman-alpha lines in H-like ions are updated with new information. Nine issues related to the accurate use of Fe XVII x-ray lines for plasma diagnostics are enumerated. Work by ourselves and others to combine an EBIT and a synchrotron in the hard and soft x-ray regimes is compared and contrasted.
Citation
AIP Conference Proceedings
Volume
1438
Issue
1

Keywords

atomic spectroscopy, highly charged ions, fusion diagnostics, QED, photoionization

Citation

Gillaspy, J. (2012), Overview of Recent Atomic Spectroscopy At The NIST EBIT, AIP Conference Proceedings, [online], https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4707862 (Accessed April 22, 2024)
Created May 5, 2012, Updated July 3, 2023