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Sergey Kolesnikov
Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics, RAS
Acad. Semenov av., 1 Chernogolovka, Moscow region
142432, Russia

Tel: +7 (49652) 241-25
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Title
Dr
Family name
Pikuz Jr.
First name
Sergey
Gender
male
Affiliation for badge
JIHT RAS
Institute
Joint Institute for High Temperatures RAS
Address (street)
13-2 Izhorskaya st.
City
125412, Moscow
Country
Russia
Phone
+7(916)6033489
Fax
Arrival date
June 02, 2010
Departure date
June 04, 2010
Accomodation
I will live at Usad'ba Club
Fee
Full (250 EUR)
Authors
S.A. Pikuz Jr., A.Ya. Faenov, A. Ravasio, C. Gregory, B. Loupias, E. Brambrink, M. Koenig, T.A. Pikuz, Y. Fukuda, S.V. Bulanov.
Institutes
Joint Institute for High Temperatures RAS. LULI Ecole Polytechnique, France Kansai Photon Science Institute, Japan.
Title
Laser based ion radiography methods applied for high energy density measurements and microstructure analysis.
Abstract
The plasma created by intense short laser plasma is considered as convenient source of both characteristic X-rays and several-MeV protons. The source was successfully applied for radiography imaging of laboratory astrophysics plasma phenomena at LULI2000 facility with. Obtained probe proton energy of about 4 MeV is the source of both characteristic X-rays and several-MeV protons can be generated by intense picosecond laser pulse in metal foils. The source was successfully applied in investigations and radiography imaging of laboratory astrophysics plasma phenomena. well-corresponding to resolve low contrast structures in plasma jets and shockwaves. Besides it is suggested to apply submicron structure cluster target in order to effectively convert the laser pulse energy to the generation of both ions and X-rays with higher yield and energy. Laser pulses providing moderate 1017 W/cm2 radiation intensity were absorbed in supersonic jet of the mixed He and CO2 gases. By this way the intense isotropic source of multicharged ions with energy above 300 keV and total yield of 108 ions per shot was produced. High contrast radiography test images were obtained to be sensitive to 100 nm change of object thickness and providing unique field-of-view to resolution ratio.
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