4 February 1988 Calibration Of A KrF Laser-Plasma Source For X-Ray Microscopy Applications
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Abstract
Plasma X-ray sources for biological microscopy in the water-window have been produced by focusing tige 200 3, 50 ns Sprit q KrF laser onto carbon targets at irradiance between 2.2 x 10" W/cm4 and 3.7 x 10i3W/cm. Absolute measurements of X-ray production have been made using a calibrated, vacuum X-ray diode detector. A peak conversion efficiency . 10% is measured from KrF laseri)Tight tcto wate-window X-rays at 280 eV < hv < 530 eV for a target irradiance . 1 x x 10 W/cm'. Some measurements with gold and tungsten targets give conversion efficiencies 2$25% at a similar laser irradiance.
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I C E Turcu, I C E Turcu, F O'Neill, F O'Neill, U Zammit, U Zammit, Y Al-Hadithi, Y Al-Hadithi, R W Eason, R W Eason, A M Rogayski, A M Rogayski, C P B Hills, C P B Hills, A G Michette, A G Michette, } "Calibration Of A KrF Laser-Plasma Source For X-Ray Microscopy Applications", Proc. SPIE 0831, X-Rays from Laser Plasmas, (4 February 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.965039; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.965039
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