A diagnostic apparatus has been created for investigating the spectroenergetic characteristics of powerful pulsed plasma radiators in the VUV region. Spectral selection of the radiation is carried out by a set of gaseous and crystalline light filters. The apparatus consists of a diagnostic probe with a pyroelectric photodetector and a vacuum chamber for its energy calibration by means of a Planck radiator based on a capillary discharge. A technique has been developed for spectroenergetic measurements.
A. G. Bedrin, A. N. Zhilin, V. K. El'ts, G. G. Vorypaev, and E. M. Golybev, "Apparatus for spectroenergetic studies of plasma light sources in the vacuum UV," J. Opt. Technol. 73, 117-119 (2006)
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