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12 August 1986 Laser Produced Plasma X-Ray Ultraviolet (XUV) Radiation Source
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XUV radiation from a laser-produced plasma was investigated using a 1.5 m grazing incidence monochromator with a channel electron multiplier array detector. This instrument provides relatively high spectral resolution as well as linear response over a large dynamic range. Spectra from 8 to 40 nm were obtained from plasmas generated by a 0.5 J Nd:YAG laser focused on the following different target materials: Al, Cu, Fe, Sn, Sm, Hf, Yb, W, and Pb. Reproducibility of emission and effects of laser energy and focus on the output were measured.
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J. M. Bridges, C. L. Cromer, and Thomas J. McIlrath "Laser Produced Plasma X-Ray Ultraviolet (XUV) Radiation Source", Proc. SPIE 0689, X-Ray Calibration: Techniques, Sources, and Detectors, (12 August 1986);

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