1 February 1994 Maximum entropy analysis of in-situ x-ray diffraction from laser-shocked crystals
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Abstract
In situ x-ray diffraction from laser-shocked crystals provides one means of diagnosing high strain-rate (108 - 109 s-1) compression/tension waves in solids. Typically the radiation diffracted from the shocked crystals is relatively broadband, consisting of the resonance and intercombination lines of the helium-like ions of medium Z atoms, and their associated lithium-like dielectronic satellites. Deconvolution of this time-dependent x-ray spectrum will yield more detailed information on the strain profiles within the crystal. Preliminary results of a maximum entropy routine are presented.
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Justin S. Wark, Justin S. Wark, N. C. Woolsey, N. C. Woolsey, } "Maximum entropy analysis of in-situ x-ray diffraction from laser-shocked crystals", Proc. SPIE 2015, Applications of Laser Plasma Radiation, (1 February 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.168001; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.168001
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