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X-ray spectroscopic studies of hot, dense iron plasma formed by subpicosecond high intensity KrF laser irradiation

Abstract:

The time-integrated x-ray emission from a hot, dense iron plasma has been recorded. The iron plasma was created when a target with a 1000-Å-thick iron layer buried beneath 1000 Å of plastic was irradiated by a 300 fs pulse of 249 nm laser light at an intensity of approximately 1017 W cm-2. Two models have been used to construct a synthetic x-ray spectrum. The first employs detailed, spectroscopically accurate atomic data and the second uses a local thermodynamic equilibrium opacity model. The...

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Tallents, GJ More by this author
Holden, MG More by this author
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Journal:
Applied Physics Letters
Volume:
69
Issue:
24
Pages:
3686-3688
Publication date:
1996-12-09
ISSN:
0003-6951
URN:
uuid:a773037e-6d8c-426d-a797-a2bbafaaf289
Source identifiers:
353855
Local pid:
pubs:353855
Language:
English

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