An intense, broadband emission spectrum, thyratron-gated nanosecond light source using a

Itami, Shin; Araki, Tsutomu
September 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Sep96, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p3035
Academic Journal
Discusses the development of an intense, broadband emission spectrum, thyratron-gated nanosecond light source using a commercially available Xe short-arc lamp. Generation of a spark discharge in the electrode gap; Production of a broadband emission spectrum according to discharge of Xe gas; Production of a high electron-temperature pulsed plasma.


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