Calibration of a time-resolving spectrometer in the 100-800 eV spectral region abstract)

Ruggles, L. E.; Porter, J. L.; Bartlett, R.
January 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jan1997, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p1063
Academic Journal
Reports on the calibration of a time-resolving x-ray spectrometer used to diagnose z-pinch driven hohlraums at the Saturn Facility in New Mexico. Features of the instrument; Location of the diodes; Measurements of the instrument's spectral sensitivity.


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