Advances in compact proton spectrometers for inertial-confinement fusion and plasma nuclear science.

@article{Sguin2012AdvancesIC,
  title={Advances in compact proton spectrometers for inertial-confinement fusion and plasma nuclear science.},
  author={F. S{\'e}guin and N. Sinenian and M. Rosenberg and A. Zylstra and M. Manuel and H. Sio and C. Waugh and H. Rinderknecht and M. Johnson and J. Frenje and C. Li and R. Petrasso and T. C. Sangster and S. Roberts},
  journal={The Review of scientific instruments},
  year={2012},
  volume={83 10},
  pages={
          10D908
        }
}
Compact wedge-range-filter proton spectrometers cover proton energies ∼3-20 MeV. They have been used at the OMEGA laser facility for more than a decade for measuring spectra of primary D(3)He protons in D(3)He implosions, secondary D(3)He protons in DD implosions, and ablator protons in DT implosions; they are now being used also at the National Ignition Facility. The spectra are used to determine proton yields, shell areal density at shock-bang time and compression-bang time, fuel areal… Expand
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