Use Of Unresolved Transition Arrays For Plasma Diagnostics

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spectra, such as unresolved transition arrays (UTAs) at wavelength region 4 7nm seen for plasmas with electron temperature around 1keV1,2). LHD plasma with tungsten pellet injection has electron temperature less than 3keV and the W study in LHD is useful

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unresolved transition array (UTA) [2]. It has been shown by our group that the best plasma fuel for a source at, the industry-selected, 13.5 nm wavelength, selected for the high reflectivity of Mo/Si mirrors at the wavelength, should contain tin as a component. As the emission from unresolved 4d-

Collisional Excitation of Fluorine Like Tungsten using

levels, presented in this paper will play a substantial role in fusion plasma diagnostics. Keywords. Energy levels; Collision strength; Excitation PACS. 34.80.Dp Received: January 22, 2015 Accepted: June 19, 2015 Copyright © 2015 Arun Goyal et al. This is an open access

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high Z elements was dominated by intense bands of emission arising from unresolved transition arrays (UTAs) that resulted from resonance transitions in a range of ion stages that overlap within a narrow wavelength range and whose intensity and spectral profile was very sensitive to plasma opacity.

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Transition Array model, which allows one to replace a complex transition array by a small-scale detailed calculation preserving energy and variance of the genuine transition array and yielding improved high-order moments. An approximate method for studying the impact of strong magnetic field on opacity and emissivity was also recently implemented.

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Detailed Theoretical Investigations on the L-Shell

ximate treatment of term widths using the unresolved transition array (UTA) approach. Perry et al. [2] em- ployed a Super Transition Array (STA) approach [10] to describe the state of plasmas, which can be thought as a hybrid approach between an average atom description and a full DCA scheme. In these statistical methods, the

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diagnostics of astrophysical and laboratory plasmas. For more than 40 years it has been possible to record the spectrum of the sun in the ultraviolet and x-ray regions by means of spacecraft-based observations. The spectra show transitions from very highly charged ions of many lighter elements, up to Ni (2 = 28). These observations

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W. Hill (National Bureau of Stan- the laser-produced plasma with a high Z dards) showed the absorption spectrum of plasma produced by the same laser using Ba III produced using a laser plasma. a beam splitting technique. The autoionization lines are less intense than expected from xenon lines Posters in the same sequence.

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11/5/2019  It has been known for several years that plasma emission for mid- to high-Z elements present broadband line emission features called unresolved transition arrays (UTA) (Bauche-Arnoult et al 1979, 1982, Bauche et al 1988), spin orbit splitted arrays (SOSA) (Bauche-Arnoult et al 1985) and even super transition arrays (STA) (Bar-Shalom 1989).

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Z-pinch plasma. 3. Xenon and tin target plasmas Tin target has significant potential for high CE at 13.5 nm. Several theoretical calculations[2] show that predominantly 4d-4f transitions in a number of adjacent ion stages (Sn8+-Sn13+) produce unresolved transition arrays (UTAs) that are localized near 13.5 nm. We introduced Tin target to the z

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duce dozens of overlapping lines forming unresolved transition arrays (UTAs). Interestingly, IRAS13349+2438 was the first source in which Fe M-shell UTAs were observed (Sako et al. 2001). The majority of works on the X-ray spectra of AGN outflows fit the data with a grad-

Detailed analysis of hollow ions spectra from dense matter

sitive to the coupling effects of the plasma environment, since the transitions take place between deep inner shells of the ion. Hollow ion emission is also useful for diagnostics of hot dense plasma, where the large optical depths of conven-tional emission lines limit their diagnostic utility. Producing a significant population of hollow ions in

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terms of these manifolds, or unresolved transition arrays (UTA), 1n several papers by Bauche-Arnolt, et al. by calculating statistical moments of the UTA's. This technique has been successful 1n modeling the overall spectral shape when some distribution of configurations is assumed. An alternative statistical approach has been made by Albritton

Evaluation of a flat-field grazing incidence spectrometer

use of intense unresolved transition arrays (UTAs), instead of discretelineemission,5 withreflectiveratherthantransmissive optics has been proposed. Ideally the UTA emission should lie within the reflectance bandwidth of a multilayer mirror. The in

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plasma source, where emission is a result of the relaxation of excited levels. Spectroscopy is used as the main diagnostic to obtain the spectral signature of the plasma. Spectral characteristics are used to deduce the physical state of plasma, thus enabling the tuning of laser irradiance conditions to maximize the needed emission bandwidth. Var-

Diffraction efficiency of a 2400-lines/mm flat-field

laboratory scale high power sources, in which the use of intense unresolved transition arrays (UTAs), instead of discrete line emission, with reflective rather than transmissive optics has been proposed [5]. A flat-field grazing incidence spectrograph is a very convenient tool to study the soft x-ray emission from