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Time resolved optical diagnostic methods for electric gun systems

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3 Author(s)
Karasinski, T. ; Diehl GmbH & Co., Roethenbach, West Germany ; Zocha, K.P. ; Zwingel, C.D.

A digital spectrometer system for the analysis of arc-discharge plasmas is presented. The method of time-resolved optical spectroscopy is used. The spectroscopic system consists of a grating monochromator and an optimal multichannel analyzer. The time resolution is made possible by sweeping an optical spectrum across the cathode area of an enhanced vidicon tube. A time resolution of about 50 μs is obtained. A theoretical method for the evaluation of the plasma temperature is discussed

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 1 )