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Recent progress on spectral data for X-ray lasers at the National Bureau of Standards

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3 Author(s)
Reader, J. ; NBS, Gaithersburg, MD, USA ; Sugar, J. ; Kaufman, V.

The Atomic Spectroscopy Group at the National Bureau of Standards is using low-inductance sparks, laser-produced plasmas, and tokamaks to observe spectra that are important for the development of X-ray lasers. Attention is given to recent results on Ne-like ions and ions in neighboring isoelectronic sequences, Ni-like ions and ions in neighboring isoelectronic sequences, and the spectra of rare-gas ions. In addition to contributing to a knowledge of the energy levels and transitions of possible lasing media, the data provide reference lines for wavelength calibration of X-ray laser experiments and reference data for testing theoretical methods used for predicting the properties of lasing ions

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

Oct 1988

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