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X-Ray Emission from High-Temperature Laboratory, Plasmas

  • D. J. Nagel (a1)

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The radiation from plasmas hotter than 106 K falls in the x-ray region. Such plasmas are required for fusion power generation. They can also be used as x-ray sources. Measurements of x-ray emission from high temperature plasma yields (a) diagnostic information on the plasma conditions and (b) the characteristics of plasma x-ray sources which determine their applications. Hence, measurements of x-rays from plasmas are finding widespread use.

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X-Ray Emission from High-Temperature Laboratory, Plasmas

  • D. J. Nagel (a1)

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