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4 October 2011 Spectral width of seeded and ASE XUV lasers: experiment and numerical simulations
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We describe our recent progress in the investigation of the spectral properties of collisional XUV lasers, including both experimental measurements and numerical calculations. Using a wavefront-division, variable path-difference interferometer, we have characterized the temporal coherence and the spectral width of an injection-seeded transient XUV laser emitted at 18.9 nm from a Ni-like Mo plasma. Our results show that the temporal coherence of the beam is significantly increased by the injection-seeded operation, compared to the standard ASE mode, in agreement with detailed numerical simulations. Using the PPP code we have calculated the intrinsic linewidth of the same lasing line over a range of electron density and at temperatures that are relevant to transient collisional pumping. We discuss the relative contributions of homogeneous and inhomogeneous broadening to the overall profile.
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A. Klisnick, L. M. Meng, D. Alessi, O. Guilbaud, Y. Wang, M. Berrill, B. Luther, A. Calisti, D. Benredjem, S. Ferri, C. Mossé, S. de Rossi, D. Joyeux, and J. J. Rocca "Spectral width of seeded and ASE XUV lasers: experiment and numerical simulations", Proc. SPIE 8140, X-ray Lasers and Coherent X-ray Sources: Development and Applications IX, 814006 (4 October 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.892555
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