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4 February 1988 Studies Of New Geometries For X-Ray Laser Experiments
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Laser produced plasmas have been extensively used as suitable media for soft x-ray lasers. Recently, amplified spontaneous emission at the 130-200 Å range has been observed in experiments involving laser-produced plasmas.1-3 Gain coefficients of about 5-6 cm-1 were measured on 2s22p53p - 2s22p53s transitions in neon-like selenium, yttrium and molybdenum.
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D. Shvarts, B. Yaakobi, P. Audebert, T. Boehly, B. Boswell, D. Bradley, R. S. Craxton, R. Epstein, M. C. Richardson, and J. M. Soures "Studies Of New Geometries For X-Ray Laser Experiments", Proc. SPIE 0831, X-Rays from Laser Plasmas, (4 February 1988);


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