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27 November 1989 The Doppler Tuned Spectrometer A Precision Tool For High Z Atomic Physics
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We have applied the technique of Doppler tuned spectroscopy, developed by Schmeider and Marrusl , to high Z, highly ionized atomic systems. Our Doppler spectrometer is tuned to the ~102 keV Lyman-alpha radiation in hydrogen-like uranium. This paper reviews this instrument. The systematic and random errors that are important for spectrometer accuracy are explained. Advantages of the Doppler technique in the high Z regime over crystal spectrometers are discussed. Preliminary results from a successful run at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (LBL) BEVALAC are presented.
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J. H. Lupton, D. D. Dietrich, C. J. Hailey, and K. P. Ziock "The Doppler Tuned Spectrometer A Precision Tool For High Z Atomic Physics", Proc. SPIE 1159, EUV, X-Ray, and Gamma-Ray Instrumentation for Astronomy and Atomic Physics, (27 November 1989); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.962580
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