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Hard x-ray transmission curved crystal spectrometers (10–100 keV) for laser fusion experiments at the ShenGuang-III laser facility

  • Ming-hai Yu (a1) (a2), Guang-yue Hu (a1), Ning An (a3), Feng Qian (a2), Yu-chi Wu (a2), Xiao-ding Zhang (a1), Yu-qiu Gu (a2), Qiu-ping Wang (a3) and Jian Zheng (a1)...

Abstract

Two transmission curved crystal spectrometers are designed to measure the hard x-ray emission in the laser fusion experiment of Compton radiography of implosion target on ShenGuang-III laser facility in China. Cylindrically curved ${\it\alpha}$ -quartz (10–11) crystals with curvature radii of 150 and 300 mm are used to cover spectral ranges of 10–56 and 17–100 keV, respectively. The distance between the crystal and the x-ray source can be changed over a broad distance from 200 to 1500 mm. The optical design, including the integral reflectivity of the curved crystal, the sensitivity, and the spectral resolution of the spectrometers, is discussed. We also provide mechanic design details and experimental results using a Mo anode x-ray source. High-quality spectra were obtained. We confirmed that the spectral resolution can be improved by increasing the working distance, which is the distance between the recording medium and the Rowland circle.

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Correspondence to:  G.-y. Hu. Department of Modern Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, No 96, Jinzhai Road, Hefei, Anhui Province, China. Email: gyhu@ustc.edu.cn

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