TITLE

A novel extreme ultraviolet four channels normal incidence imaging system for plasma diagnostics of Z-pinch facility

AUTHOR(S)
Wang, Xin; Mu, Baozhong; Zhu, Jingtao; Wang, Ling; Yi, Shengzhen; Li, Wenbin; Wang, Zhanshan; Qin, Yi; Xu, Zeping; Xu, Rongkun; Li, Zhenghong
PUB. DATE
July 2013
SOURCE
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jul2013, Vol. 84 Issue 7, p073705
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A novel EUV four channels normal incidence imaging system for plasma diagnostics of Z-pinch facility was presented in this paper, which consists of four concave mirrors and one convex mirror used for focusing an object onto four different positions with about 30 μm resolution on the same image plane. In addition, this imaging system can work at the energies of 50 eV, 95 eV, 150 eV, and broadband of 50-100 eV by using different multilayer films deposited on the concave and convex mirrors. This instrument, combined with framing camera, can achieve the power of two-dimensional spatial and temporal resolution, as well as the ability to imaging the plasma at the specific temperature. In the paper, the four channels microscope centering at multi-energies was developed.
ACCESSION #
89470406

 

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