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New methods of X-ray spectroscopy of laser-produced plasmas with one-dimensional spatial resolution

  • O. Renner (a1), M. Kopecký (a1), E. Krouský (a1), E. Förster (a2), T. Missalla (a2) and J.S. Wark (a3)...


Two novel high-dispersion, high-resolution spectroscopic methods are described. The properties of the vertical dispersion variants of the double-crystal spectrometer and the Johann spectrometer with a cylindrically bent crystal are discussed and compared with those of standard spectroscopic schemes. Preliminary experimental data demonstrate the good luminosity and extreme spectral and 1-D spatial resolution of these methods, which should prove useful in high-precision X-ray spectroscopic measurements of laser-produced plasmas.



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