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Time of flight electron spectrometry on TIR using natural diamond detector

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Krasilnikov, A.V. ; Troitsk Institute for Innovating and Fusion Research (TRINITI), Troitsk, Moscow region 142092, Russia ; Makarov, K.N. ; Rastyagaev, I.N. ; Satov, Yu.A.
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Natural diamond detectors (NDDs) being developed for the spectrometric applications in tokamak fusion plasma experiments, have been used also for fast x-ray flux measurements and time-of-flight (TOF) electron spectrometry in laser beam-target interaction experiments on the CO2 laser installation TIR (λ=10.6 μm, E=80–95 J, τ∼14 ns). The magnetic field created in front of the detector provided separation of the signals induced by x ray and electrons. The waveform of a NDD current response has been shown to provide an information about energy spectra of the particles generated during laser beam-target interaction. Fast response time (≪1 ns), low sensitivity to visible light and x rays, high radiation resistance, and 100% charge collection efficiency of the type IIa diamond samples, make NDDs to be the optimal choice for TOF spectrometry of charged fusion products in inertial confinement fusion experiments. © 2001 American Institute of Physics.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:72 ,  Issue: 1 )