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28 September 2009 Characterization of a 10Hz double-pulse non-normal incidence pumped transient collisional Ni-like molybdenum soft x-ray laser for applications
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Stable and reliable operation of a nickel-like molybdenum transient collisional soft x-ray laser at 18.9 nm demonstrated and studied with a 10Hz Ti:sapphire laser system proves the suitability of the double-pulse non-normal incidence pumping geometry for table-top high repetition soft x-ray lasers and broadens the attractiveness of x-ray lasers as sources of coherent radiation for various applications. X-ray laser emission with pulse energies well above 1 μJ is obtained for several hours at 10Hz repetition-rate without re-alignment under optimized double pumping pulse parameters including energy ratio, time delay, pulse duration and line focus width.
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Daniel Zimmer, Bernhard Zielbauer, Olivier Guilbaud, Jamil Habib, Sophie Kazamias, Moana Pittman, David Ros, Vincent Bagnoud, Boris Ecker, Daniel Hochhaus, and Thomas Kuehl "Characterization of a 10Hz double-pulse non-normal incidence pumped transient collisional Ni-like molybdenum soft x-ray laser for applications", Proc. SPIE 7451, Soft X-Ray Lasers and Applications VIII, 745108 (28 September 2009); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.825224
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