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Absolute spectral distribution of soft X-ray emission from laser produced gold plasma

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3 Author(s)
Sailaja, S. ; Plasma Radiat. Sect., Centre for Adv. Technol., Indore, India ; Naik, P.A. ; Gupta, P.D.

Quantitative measurement of spectral distribution of soft X-ray emission from laser produced plasmas and estimation of X-ray conversion efficiency are reported. The X-ray emission from planar gold target irradiated by an Nd:glass laser was recorded using a high resolution transmission grating spectrograph. Spectral distribution of X-ray intensity was derived using calibrated film data and a deconvolution procedure to account for contribution of higher diffraction orders. Results of conversion efficiency per unit solid angle, at a laser intensity of ~4×1012 W/cm2L = 1.054 μm), for 10< λ <80 Å and in the water window spectral region (23< λ< 44 Å) are presented. A three-fold increase in conversion efficiency was observed for second harmonic laser irradiation (λL = 0.527 μm) at an intensity of 8×1012 W/cm2

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 6 )