5 edition of X-Rays From Laser Plasmas found in the catalog.
November 25, 1998
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||330|
X ray emission, including x-ray lasing from laser-produced plasmas is reviewed. Particular emphasis is given to applications which study the physics of Cited by: 4. High‐resolution medical radiographs have been produced with a laser‐generated plasma x‐ray source. The nanosecond pulse width is capable of arresting biological motion. In addition, the soft x rays from this source have been transmitted through a new type of x‐ray beam handling device, the x‐ray pipe, which is an x‐ray analogue of the conventional light by:
Efficient picosecond x-ray pulse generation from plasmas in the radiation dominated regime REED HOLLINGER,1,6 CLAYTON BARGSTEN,1 VYACHESLAV N. SHLYAPTSEV,1 VURAL KAYMAK,4 ALEXANDER PUKHOV,4 MARIA GABRIELA CAPELUTO,5 SHOUJUN WANG,1 ALEX ROCKWOOD,2 YONG WANG,1 AMANDA TOWNSEND,2 AMY PRIETO,3 PATRICK . Since the first demonstration of a soft-X-ray laser based on a laser plasma in 1, the development of a laser-driven coherent X Cited by: 1.
applications possible with x-ray lasers are not treated in any detail. The use of x-ray lasers to probe samples of interest for biology and laser fusion was demonstrated several years ago . A recent example is the interferometric probing of long lengths of high density laser-plasma using a table-top x-ray laser . Feature open The History of the X-ray Laser. Jeff Hecht. The long and curious history of the X-ray laser began in an effort to expand the frontier of knowledge and culminated in one of the wildest schemes ever pursued by the United States government—the “Star Wars” missile defense initiative in the s.
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X-Rays from Laser Plasmas: Generation and Applications focuses exclusively and in detail on the science and technology of soft X-rays produced with non-synchrotron by: Soft X-rays have great potential for use in a wide variety of applications, including the semiconductor industry and the life sciences.
X-Rays from Laser Plasmas: Generation and Applications focuses exclusively and in detail on the science and technology of soft X-rays produced with non-synchrotron sources. X-Rays from Laser Plasmas: Generation and Applications focuses exclusively and in detail on the science and technology of soft X-rays produced with non-synchrotron sources.
Using a minimum of mathematical formulae, it discusses how such X-rays can be efficiently and economically generated from plasmas produced by lasers, and how they Cited by: Authored by Dr Edmond Turcu, one of the pioneers in this field, X-Rays from Laser Plasmas: Generation and Applications will be of great interest to a wide variety of readers, including all those working in X-ray lithography, microscopy, and radiobiology.
Description The first in its field, this book is both an introduction to x-ray lasers and a how-to guide for specialists. It provides new entrants and others interested in the field with a comprehensive overview and describes useful examples of analysis and experiments as background and guidance for researchers undertaking new laser designs.
The brilliance of a laser-produced soft X-ray source is enhanced for gaseous target concepts. In contrast to solid or liquid target materials, these sources are clean and versatile but provide a comparably low conversion efficiency of laser energy into EUV and soft X-ray radiation.
The basic idea is to induce supersonic effects in the gas jet, leading to a local increase of the particle Author: Tobias Mey. Contents XI X-ray beamlines X-ray chamber construction Towards a Debris-Free Plasma X-Ray Source KrF laser breakdown in gases Cited by: We describe a laser-driven x-ray plasma source designed for ultrafast x-ray absorption spectroscopy.
The source is comprised of a 1 kHz, 20 W, femtosecond pulsed infrared laser and a water target. We present the x-ray spectra as a function of laser energy and pulse duration. Additionally, we investigate the plasma temperature and photon flux as we vary the laser by: between a laser plasma x-ray source and other problems in-volving interaction between laser radiation and matter1" involves searching for and studying conditions under which line emission plays the dominant role in the laser plasma energy balance.
From this it can be seen that the approxima-Cited by: 7. The X-ray laser is being used at LLNL as a tool for measuring the behaviors of hot dense plasmas.
In particular, we have used the Å Yttrium laser to study transient plasmas. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for X-Rays From Laser Plasmas: Generation and Applications at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.
X-ray free-electron laser studies of dense plasmas of our understanding of the properties of dense plasmas. Isochoric heating on X-ray FELs Using intense X-rays to deposit energy in free-standing foils is an attractive route to creating solid-density plasmas, both because of its simplicity in terms of.
Relativistic interaction of short-pulse lasers with underdense plasmas has recently led to the emergence of a novel generation of femtosecond x-ray sources.
Based on radiation from electrons accelerated in plasma, these sources have the common properties to be compact and to deliver collimated, incoherent and femtosecond radiation. This book focuses on the physics of laser plasma interactions and presents a complementary and very useful numerical model of plasmas.
It describes the linear theory of light wave propagation in plasmas, including linear mode conversion into plasma waves and collisional by: x-rays emission laser-plasma plume . For the time resolved analysis, a PIN photodiode is used with a filter .
Many working scientists have been investigating x-rays emission from laser induced metallic plasmas . This paper stresses on investigation on space and time resolved analysis of X-ray emission from laser produced plasma.
A high-temperature plasma is created when an intense laser pulse is focused onto the surface of a solid. An ultrafast pulse of x-ray radiation is emitted from such a plasma when the laser pulse length is less than a picosecond.
A high-speed streak camera detector was used to determine the duration of these x-ray pulses, and computer simulations of the plasmas Cited by: x rays or gamma rays as short as a few femtoseconds, as they inherit the temporal proﬁle of the laser-plasma electron bunch, whose few-femtosecond duration was recently experi-mentally demonstrated (Lundh et al., ).
The aim of this article is to review the novel x-ray sources based on relativistic laser and underdense plasma interaction. This book updates the status in this field and focuses on developments in laser plasma-based methods. The scheme of transient inversion proves its robustness by being dominant in the area of repetitive X-ray lasers pumped at grazing-incidence-geometry by optical lasers of moderate energy at increasing repetition rates – these characteristics.
The utility of powerful lasers in remote, physically inaccessible locations makes it a special tool for applications in hostile environments. Laser-induced plasma has been utilized for lateral and depth elemental analysis, thin-film deposition, X-ray production Cited by: 3.
This book contains the proceedings of the largest conference ever held on this subject. The strong interest in this field is largely due to the fact that both fundamental aspects of laser-surface interaction as well as applied techniques for thin film generation and patterning were treated in detail by experts from around the world.
At first glance it seems remarkable that eV laser photons can be used to produce X-rays of order 1 keV (high-harmonic generation; X-ray lasers), tens of keV (inverse-Compton sources; MJ-class laser-produced plasmas), MeV (PW-class laser-produced plasmas), and even GeV (laser-wake techniques).Cited by: The aim of this course on "Atom, Solids and Plasmas in Super-Intense Laser fields" was to bring together senior researchers and students in atomic and molecular physics, laser physics, condensed matter and plasma physics, in order to review recent developments in high-intensity laser-matter interactions.Abstract.
X-ray lasers can probe solid density plasmas as the critical density is well above the electron densities produced. We consider an experiment where interferometry has been utilized to provide phase information and transmission measurements for an extreme ultra-violet (EUV) laser beam at nm probing longitudinally through a laser irradiated plastic (parylene-N) Cited by: 1.