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Femtosecond laser based x-ray sources and their applications in phase contrast imaging
The focus of this dissertation is to study the keV X-ray emission from different Z material to develop compact, quasi-continuous tabletop K α sources for the application of in-line phase contrast imaging, X-ray diffraction experiments and X-ray microscopy. The emission occurs from plasma produced by focusing 120 fs, 800 nm and 300 µJ Ti:Sapphire laser pulses up to an intensity of few times 10 16 W/cm 2 on Cu, Fe and Ag metal targets. The main interest of these experiments is to characterize thedoi:10.7939/r3fs4b fatcat:qlr222lkwrc2ni4evojbycswyy