1 April 1982 Progress And Trends In X-Ray Laser Research
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Optical Engineering, 21(2), 212307 (1982). doi:10.1117/12.7972900
Progress in the research devoted to developing x-ray lasers is reviewed as it pertains to one-electron hydrogenic ions created and pumped to inversion in high-density laser-produced plasmas. A simple analysis defines a useful parameter space. Measured gain coefficients for C5+ are in good agreement with modeling for electron-capture pumping. Photon pumping is identi-fied for possible circumvention of radiative-trapping limitations in larger volumes. Preliminary data on aluminum appear promising for shorter wave-length extrapolation. The advantage of efficient x-ray cavities is apparent. Extension of the illustrative analysis provides directions for future quantitative measurements leading to large scale gain experiments.
R. C. Elton, "Progress And Trends In X-Ray Laser Research," Optical Engineering 21(2), 212307 (1 April 1982). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972900

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