Highly charged Ta ions produced by the photodissociation iodine laser with subnanosecond pulses

Laska, L.; Masek, K.
August 1994
Applied Physics Letters;8/8/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p691
Academic Journal
Investigates the generation of charged heavy tantalum (Ta) ions. Use of iodine laser with subnanosecond pulses for Ta plasma production; Basis for recording the charged ions; Estimation of the plasma temperature.


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