X-Ray Lasers 2002: 8th International Conference on X-Ray Lasers, Aspen, Colorado, 27-30 May 2002
Jorge J. Rocca, James Dunn, Szymon Suckewer
American Inst. of Physics, Nov 11, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 641 pages
Advances in the development of x-ray lasers and other sources of intense x-ray radiation are discussed. Topics include transient x-ray lasers, capillary discharge x-ray lasers, optical field ionization x-ray lasers, x-ray free electron lasers, high-order harmonic sources, characterization of x-ray lasers and x-ray optics, as well as applications of x-ray lasers including x-ray interferometry.
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Measurement of Gain Duration for Nelike Ni and Nilike Ag
InjectorAmplifier Design for Tabletop Nelike XRay Lasers
TimeResolved Measurements of the Transient XRay Laser Emission
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