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Scaling of X-ray flux from high-intensity laser-solid interactions as a function of energy

Rusby, Dean R. and Brenner, Ceri and Armstrong, Chris and Wilson, Lucy and Clarke, Rob and Alejo, Aaron and Deas, Robert and McKenna, Paul and Kar, Satya and Neely, David (2017) Scaling of X-ray flux from high-intensity laser-solid interactions as a function of energy. In: Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO). Optical Society of America, Washington, D.C.. ISBN 9781943580279

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Abstract

The bremsstrahlung x-rays from a laser-solid interaction have been investigated for the use of radiography. The scaling of the x-rays as a function of energy has been characterized and modelled and agrees with previous measurements.