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Some results of experiments for laser plasma proton source for radiography
Author(s): A. A. Andreev; V. G. Borodin; V. N. Chernov; V. Charukhchev; V. M. Komarov; V. A. Malinov; V. M. Migel; N. V. Nikitin; K. Yu. Platonov; Y. Q. Gu; Z. J. Zheng; J. B. Chen; W. Hong; W. Z. Huang; J. X. Ge
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Paper Abstract

Laser plasma produced with high-intensity picosecond laser pulse like proton source for radiography was investigated. It was found that maximum particle output and best possible spatial uniformity of proton beam took place for two-layer target when the front layer was the high-Z film. It was shown that the ion radiography of the convenient objects with using the two-layer targets allow to get the projecting pictues with high spatial resolution that was about one micron. The explanation of such high spatial resolution is in laminar motion of ion flow. Threshold spatial sensitivity of proton radiography is estimated.

Paper Details

Date Published: 3 February 2006
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 5975, Topical Problems of Nonlinear Wave Physics, 597507 (3 February 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.675476
Show Author Affiliations
A. A. Andreev, ILP (Russia)
V. G. Borodin, Research Institute for Complex Testing (Russia)
V. N. Chernov, Research Institute for Complex Testing (Russia)
V. Charukhchev, Research Institute for Complex Testing (Russia)
V. M. Komarov, Research Institute for Complex Testing (Russia)
V. A. Malinov, Research Institute for Complex Testing (Russia)
V. M. Migel, Research Institute for Complex Testing (Russia)
N. V. Nikitin, Research Institute for Complex Testing (Russia)
K. Yu. Platonov, ILP (Russia)
Y. Q. Gu, Laser Fusion Research Ctr., CAEP (China)
Z. J. Zheng, Laser Fusion Research Ctr., CAEP (China)
J. B. Chen, Laser Fusion Research Ctr., CAEP (China)
W. Hong, Laser Fusion Research Ctr., CAEP (China)
W. Z. Huang, Laser Fusion Research Ctr., CAEP (China)
J. X. Ge, Laser Fusion Research Ctr., CAEP (China)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5975:
Topical Problems of Nonlinear Wave Physics
Alexander M. Sergeev, Editor(s)

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