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Two-color monochromatic x-ray imaging with a single short-pulse laser
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Simultaneous monochromatic crystal imaging at 4.5 and 8.0 keV with x-rays produced by a single short-pulse laser is presented. A layered target consisting of thin foils of titanium and copper glued together is irradiated by the 50 TW Leopard short-pulse laser housed at the Nevada Terawatt Facility. Laser-accelerated MeV fast electrons transmitting through the target induce K alpha fluorescence from both foils. Two energy-selective curved crystals in the imaging diagnostic form separate monochromatic images on a single imaging detector. The experiment demonstrates simultaneous two-color monochromatic imaging of the foils on a single detector as well as K alpha x-ray production at two different photon energies with a single laser beam. Application of the diagnostic technique to x-ray radiography of a high density plasma is also presented. Published by AIP Publishing.
|Journal Title||Review of Scientific Instruments|
|Rights||In Copyright (All Rights Reserved); This article may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the author and AIP Publishing. This article appeared in Sawada, H., Daykin, T., McLean, H. S., Chen, H., Patel, P. K., Ping, Y., & Pérez, F. (2017). Two-color monochromatic x-ray imaging with a single short-pulse laser. Review of Scientific Instruments, 88(6), 063502., and may be found at https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4985729.|