Characteristic x rays and electron energy distribution function in anisotropical hot plasmas

Friedlein, R.; Tyrroff, H.; Zippe, C.; Zschornack, G.; Barnitzke, W.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p1261
Academic Journal
Makes observations on the characteristics of x-rays and electron energy distribution function in anisotropical hot plasmas. Production characteristic of x-ray lines; Line intensity ratios; Estimation of anisotropy for electron energy distribution function.


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