Abstract

Recently, a high voltage discharge through a pulsed supersonically expanding gas has been reported as a potential bright source of VUV light.1 We have conducted a systematic study of this technique and report the characterization of several important parameters such as ablation of the nozzle, nozzle orifice diameter, nozzle shape, and gas species.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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