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Methods of charge-state analysis of fast ions inside matter based on their X-ray spectral distribution

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 February 2003

F.B. ROSMEJ
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
R. MORE
Affiliation:
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, Livermore, CA USA National Institute of Fusion Science, Nagoya, Japan
O.N. ROSMEJ
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
J. WIESER
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
N. BORISENKO
Affiliation:
Lebedev Physical Institute, Russian Academy of Science, 119991 Moscow, Russia
V.P. SHEVELKO
Affiliation:
Lebedev Physical Institute, Russian Academy of Science, 119991 Moscow, Russia
M. GEIßEL
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
A. BLAZEVIC
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
J. JACOBY
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
E. DEWALD
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
M. ROTH
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
E. BRAMBRINK
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
K. WEYRICH
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
D.H.H. HOFFMANN
Affiliation:
Gessellschaft für Schwerionenforschung–Darmstadt, Plasmaphysik, Technische Universität–Darmstadt, Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
A.A. GOLUBEV
Affiliation:
Institute of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, Moscow, Russia
V. TURTIKOV
Affiliation:
Institute of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, Moscow, Russia
A. FERTMAN
Affiliation:
Institute of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, Moscow, Russia
B.YU. SHARKOV
Affiliation:
Institute of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, Moscow, Russia
A.YA. FAENOV
Affiliation:
Multicharged Ion Spectra Data Center of National Research Institute for Physical-technical and Radiotechnical Measurements, Mendeleevo, Russia
T.A. PIKUZ
Affiliation:
Multicharged Ion Spectra Data Center of National Research Institute for Physical-technical and Radiotechnical Measurements, Mendeleevo, Russia
A.I. MAGUNOV
Affiliation:
Multicharged Ion Spectra Data Center of National Research Institute for Physical-technical and Radiotechnical Measurements, Mendeleevo, Russia
I.YU. SKOBELEV
Affiliation:
Multicharged Ion Spectra Data Center of National Research Institute for Physical-technical and Radiotechnical Measurements, Mendeleevo, Russia

Abstract

The X-ray spectral distribution of swift heavy Ti and Ni ions (11 MeV/u) observed inside aerogels (ρ = 0.1 g/cm3) and dense solids (quartz, ρ = 2.23 g/cm3) indicates a strong presence of simultaneous 3–5 charge states with one K-hole. We show that the theoretical analysis can be split into two tasks: first, the treatment of complex autoionizing states together with the originating spectral distribution, and, second, a charge-state distribution model. Involving the generalized line profile function theory, we discuss attempts to couple charge-state distributions.

Type
Research Article
Copyright
© 2002 Cambridge University Press

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