Time-resolved, two-dimensional electron-temperature distribution of laser-imploded core plasmas

Heya, M.; Nakasuji, M.; Shiraga, H.; Miyanaga, N.; Azechi, H.; Takabe, H.; Yamanaka, T.; Mima, K.
January 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jan1997, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p820
Academic Journal
Describes a multichannel, multi-imaging x-ray streak camera (McMIXS) technique to measure two-dimensional electron-temperature distributions of laser-imploded core plasmas. Principle of the McMIXS system; Reconstruction procedure for making corrections of two-dimensional x-ray emission images; Advantages of the McMIXS technique.


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