Development of a flat-field grazing-incidence XUV spectrometer and its application in picosecond XUV spectroscopy.

@article{Nakano1984DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a flat-field grazing-incidence XUV spectrometer and its application in picosecond XUV spectroscopy.},
  author={N Nakano and Hiroto Kuroda and Takashi Kita and T Harada},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={1984},
  volume={23 14},
  pages={
          2386
        }
}
  • N Nakano, Hiroto Kuroda, +1 author T Harada
  • Published in Applied optics 1984
  • Physics, Medicine
  • A new type of grazing-incidence spectrometer with a flat focal field is developed, and XUV spectroscopy in the extreme ultraviolet region ranging from 15 to 200 A is carried out. Soft x-ray line spectra emitted from picosecond laser plasmas of aluminum and iron targets are measured and good resolutions are obtained in the XUV region. The spectral regions of detection are extended to shorter wavelengths (15 A) using a finer spaced grating. Computational studies on x-ray spectra are also… CONTINUE READING

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