9 April 1987 A Schwarzschild Microscope To Study The Preheat Of Laser Heated Targets
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We present preliminary results on a study of spatially resolved preheat of the rear of thin foils irradiated by laser (0.26 μm, 600 μs, 10 J). The record is done with a schwarzschild microscope made of two spherical multilayered mirrors coated to have the maximum reflectivity at normal incidence for the wavelength of 304 A (40 eV). The large aperture (0.2) and the high spatial resolution (~ 3 μm) of the device allow to perform a very precise record of the emissivity at 40 eV of the rear side of a thin laser heated foil. Results for different Z materials are presented.
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R. Benattar, R. Benattar, J. Godart, J. Godart, F. Bridoux, F. Bridoux, J. P. Cheauvineau, J. P. Cheauvineau, J. P. Marioge, J. P. Marioge, P. Dhez, P. Dhez, "A Schwarzschild Microscope To Study The Preheat Of Laser Heated Targets", Proc. SPIE 0688, Multilayer Structures & Laboratory X-Ray Laser Research, (9 April 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.964839; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.964839

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