Static and Time-Resolved 10-1000 ke V X-Ray Imaging Detector Options for NIF

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High energy (> 10 keV) x-ray self-emission imaging and radiography will be essential components of many NIF High Energy Density Physics experiments. In preparation for such experiments, we have evaluated the pros and cons of various static (x-ray film, bare CCD, and scintillator + CCD) and time-resolved (streaked and gated) 10-1000 keV detectors.

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Landen, O; Bell, P; McDonald, J; Park, H; Weber, F; Moody, J et al. April 15, 2004.

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High energy (> 10 keV) x-ray self-emission imaging and radiography will be essential components of many NIF High Energy Density Physics experiments. In preparation for such experiments, we have evaluated the pros and cons of various static (x-ray film, bare CCD, and scintillator + CCD) and time-resolved (streaked and gated) 10-1000 keV detectors.

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  • Presented at: Static and Time-Resolved 10-1000 ke V X-Ray Imaging Detector Options for NIF, San Diego, CA, United States, Apr 19 - Apr 22, 2004

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Landen, O; Bell, P; McDonald, J; Park, H; Weber, F; Moody, J et al. Static and Time-Resolved 10-1000 ke V X-Ray Imaging Detector Options for NIF, article, April 15, 2004; Livermore, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc876761/: accessed May 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.