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Automated three-channel polari-interferometer measurements of electron density distributions and magnetic fields in a laser plasma are presented. Each of the polari-interferometer channels, interferometric, Faraday, and “tenebral” (shadow), has been equipped with a CCD camera with the matrix (512 × 512). With special software for each of the channels, not only the distribution of the electron density on the basis of interferograms is obtained, but also the distributions of magnetic fields in plasma using the information from the Faraday and shadow images. The results of testing investigations obtained in the plasma experiment are the main part of this work.
The paper presents results of an investigation of energy transport in 6-μm aluminum foils covered with a silver or gold layer irradiated with 1·06-μm, 1-ns laser-pulse at intensities 1013to 1014 W/cm2. The increase in mass ablation rate and volume heating of accelerated fragment of the foil as well as the increased range of lateral energy transport were registered. The measured plasma parameters from aluminum foils were used for testing the one-dimesional numerical code.
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