X-Rays From Laser Plasmas. Generation and Applications

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  • Book
  • 330 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Soft X–rays have great potential for use in a wide variety of applications, including the semiconductor industry and the life sciences. X–Rays from Laser Plasmas: Generation and Applications focuses exclusively and in detail on the science and technology of soft X–rays produced with non–synchrotron sources. Using a minimum of mathematical formulae, it discusses how such X–rays can be efficiently and economically generated from plasmas produced by lasers, and how they interact with matter. Authored by Dr Edmond Turcu, one of the pioneers in this field, X–Rays from Laser Plasmas: Generation and Applications will be of great interest to a wide variety of readers, including all those working in X–ray lithography, microscopy, and radiobiology.
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PHYSICAL PRINCIPLES.

Interaction of Soft X–Rays with Matter: Wave Behaviour (lambda ∼ 1 nm).

Interaction of Soft X–rays with Matter: Particle Behavior (hv ∼ 1 keV).

Laser–Produced Plasmas.

Excimer Lasers.

X–RAY SOURCE CONSTRUCTION, PERFORMANCE AND APPLICATIONS.

High Power KrF Lasers for X–Ray Generation.

High–Power Laser Plasma X–Ray Source.

X–Ray Microscopy.

X–Ray Micro– and Nano–Engineering.

Soft X–Ray Radiobiology.

Conclusions.

Index.
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I. C. E. Turcu
J. B. Dance
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