4 February 1988 High Z Interaction Physics On Nova
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A detailed understanding of the interaction of laser light with high Z materials is important for the development of indirect drive inertial confinement fusion. To improve our understanding of the interaction of 0.35 um light at intensities between 1014 and 1015 W/cm2 with high Z materials, we have performed a variety of experiments to address important physics issues. Hydrodynamics and ablation, transport Processes, and x-ray conversion have been studies with thin Au dot targets and Au and Be mixture taraets.
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D. R. Kania., D. R. Kania., J. Albritton, J. Albritton, B. Hatcher, B. Hatcher, R. Kauffman, R. Kauffman, H. Kornblurn, H. Kornblurn, S. Lancer, S. Lancer, B. Lasinski, B. Lasinski, G. Glendinninq, G. Glendinninq, D. Phillion, D. Phillion, L. Suter, L. Suter, R. Wallace, R. Wallace, F. Ze, F. Ze, } "High Z Interaction Physics On Nova", Proc. SPIE 0831, X-Rays from Laser Plasmas, (4 February 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.965019; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.965019


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