5 February 1992 Observations of x-ray gain in a laser-produced germanium plasma
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Abstract
Slab germanium targets have been irradiated in a line focus geometry with 1-3 nsec FWHM, 1.06-micron laser pulses at irradiances of I equal to or less than 10 exp 13 W/sq cm. The effect of varying the rise-time of the driving laser pulse on the amplification of 3-3 soft X-ray lasing lines is investigated. Results of short-pulse (100 psec FWHM) experiments have also shown gain on the same lasing transitions, but at substantially higher irradiances of I equal to or greater than 3 x 10 exp 13 W/sq cm.
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James Dunn, James Dunn, Hector A. Baldis, Hector A. Baldis, G. D. Enright, G. D. Enright, Bruno LaFontaine, Bruno LaFontaine, David M. Villeneuve, David M. Villeneuve, Jean-Claude Kieffer, Jean-Claude Kieffer, Henri Pepin, Henri Pepin, Marc Nantel, Marc Nantel, Mohamed Chaker, Mohamed Chaker, } "Observations of x-ray gain in a laser-produced germanium plasma", Proc. SPIE 1551, Ultrashort Wavelength Lasers, (5 February 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.134810; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.134810
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