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27 September 2013 Development and applications of x-ray lasers at PALS Centre
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The results of development and applications of the secondary sources at PALS Center will be presented. Currently the iodine system and the Ti:Sapphire system are operating at the PALS Center as driving lasers for generation of secondary sources. The iodine system with net energy of 1kJ is used for QSS X-ray lasing schemes. The most robust and most energetic QSS scheme with this driver is the Ne-like Zn X-ray laser, which is working here as standard user beamline for diverse applications. Recent experiment devoted to temporal coherence measurement shows possibility to amplify short duration X-rays. The second system with high rep rate is Ti: Sapphire laser chain with peak power 20TW. This laser system is used for generation high order harmonics and transient collisionally excited X-ray lasers.
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M. Kozlova, J. Nejdl, A. Klisnick, A. Le Marec, L. Meng, F. Tissandier, T. Fok, L. Wegrzynski, A. Bartnik, P. Wachulak, R. Jarocki, and H. Fiedorowicz "Development and applications of x-ray lasers at PALS Centre", Proc. SPIE 8849, X-Ray Lasers and Coherent X-Ray Sources: Development and Applications X, 884904 (27 September 2013);


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