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Opt Express. 2019 Mar 18;27(6):8348-8360. doi: 10.1364/OE.27.008348.

Development of a polar-view Kirkpatrick-Baez X-ray microscope for implosion asymmetry studies.

Abstract

The development of a polar-view Kirkpatrick-Baez microscope, fielded in the upper polar zone of the Shenguang-III laser fusion facility, is presented. With this microscope, the resolving power of polar-direction X-ray imaging diagnostics is improved, to the 3 ~5 μm scale. The microscope is designed for implosion asymmetry studies, with response energy points at 1.2 keV, 3.5 keV, and 8 keV. A biperiodic multilayer scheme is adopted to accommodate multiple implosion stages. We present the overall optical system design, target aiming scheme, characteristic composite imaging diagnostic experiments and initial results. The inertial-driven quasi-one-dimensional spherical implosions were observed from orthogonal directions with a convergence ratio of ~14.4. Fine features of the stagnating hot spot core are also resolved.

PMID:
31052654
DOI:
10.1364/OE.27.008348

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