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  1. E. Hinnov, Phys. Rev. A. 14, 1533 (1976).
  2. Equipe TFR, Nucl. Fusion 15, 1053 (1975).
  3. TFR Group, J. Phys. (Paris) 39, C4, 86 (Juillet1978).
  4. S. Kasai, A. Funahashi, S. Konoshima, M. Nagami, T. Sugie, K. Mori, Jpn.J. Appl. Phys. 17, 1625 (1978).
  5. S. Kasai, Japan Atomic Energy Research Inst.; private communication.
  6. W. J. Veigele, E. Briggs, L. Bates, E. M. Henry, B. Bracewell, X-Ray Cross Section Compilation from 0.1 ke V to 1 Me V, Vol. 1, rev. 1 (Kaman Sciences Corp., Colorado Springs, 1971);Distributed as document AD 890434 by National Technical Information Service, Department of Commerce U.S., Springfield, Va.
  7. W. R. Hunter, Naval Research Laboratory; private communication with G. SteeleLuxel Corp.
  8. A. Caruso, J. Osantowski, NASA Goddard SFC; private communication with G. SteeleLuxel Corp.

1978 (2)

TFR Group, J. Phys. (Paris) 39, C4, 86 (Juillet1978).

S. Kasai, A. Funahashi, S. Konoshima, M. Nagami, T. Sugie, K. Mori, Jpn.J. Appl. Phys. 17, 1625 (1978).

1976 (1)

E. Hinnov, Phys. Rev. A. 14, 1533 (1976).

1975 (1)

Equipe TFR, Nucl. Fusion 15, 1053 (1975).

Bates, L.

W. J. Veigele, E. Briggs, L. Bates, E. M. Henry, B. Bracewell, X-Ray Cross Section Compilation from 0.1 ke V to 1 Me V, Vol. 1, rev. 1 (Kaman Sciences Corp., Colorado Springs, 1971);Distributed as document AD 890434 by National Technical Information Service, Department of Commerce U.S., Springfield, Va.

Bracewell, B.

W. J. Veigele, E. Briggs, L. Bates, E. M. Henry, B. Bracewell, X-Ray Cross Section Compilation from 0.1 ke V to 1 Me V, Vol. 1, rev. 1 (Kaman Sciences Corp., Colorado Springs, 1971);Distributed as document AD 890434 by National Technical Information Service, Department of Commerce U.S., Springfield, Va.

Briggs, E.

W. J. Veigele, E. Briggs, L. Bates, E. M. Henry, B. Bracewell, X-Ray Cross Section Compilation from 0.1 ke V to 1 Me V, Vol. 1, rev. 1 (Kaman Sciences Corp., Colorado Springs, 1971);Distributed as document AD 890434 by National Technical Information Service, Department of Commerce U.S., Springfield, Va.

Caruso, A.

A. Caruso, J. Osantowski, NASA Goddard SFC; private communication with G. SteeleLuxel Corp.

Funahashi, A.

S. Kasai, A. Funahashi, S. Konoshima, M. Nagami, T. Sugie, K. Mori, Jpn.J. Appl. Phys. 17, 1625 (1978).

Henry, E. M.

W. J. Veigele, E. Briggs, L. Bates, E. M. Henry, B. Bracewell, X-Ray Cross Section Compilation from 0.1 ke V to 1 Me V, Vol. 1, rev. 1 (Kaman Sciences Corp., Colorado Springs, 1971);Distributed as document AD 890434 by National Technical Information Service, Department of Commerce U.S., Springfield, Va.

Hinnov, E.

E. Hinnov, Phys. Rev. A. 14, 1533 (1976).

Hunter, W. R.

W. R. Hunter, Naval Research Laboratory; private communication with G. SteeleLuxel Corp.

Kasai, S.

S. Kasai, A. Funahashi, S. Konoshima, M. Nagami, T. Sugie, K. Mori, Jpn.J. Appl. Phys. 17, 1625 (1978).

S. Kasai, Japan Atomic Energy Research Inst.; private communication.

Konoshima, S.

S. Kasai, A. Funahashi, S. Konoshima, M. Nagami, T. Sugie, K. Mori, Jpn.J. Appl. Phys. 17, 1625 (1978).

Mori, K.

S. Kasai, A. Funahashi, S. Konoshima, M. Nagami, T. Sugie, K. Mori, Jpn.J. Appl. Phys. 17, 1625 (1978).

Nagami, M.

S. Kasai, A. Funahashi, S. Konoshima, M. Nagami, T. Sugie, K. Mori, Jpn.J. Appl. Phys. 17, 1625 (1978).

Osantowski, J.

A. Caruso, J. Osantowski, NASA Goddard SFC; private communication with G. SteeleLuxel Corp.

Steele, G.

A. Caruso, J. Osantowski, NASA Goddard SFC; private communication with G. SteeleLuxel Corp.

W. R. Hunter, Naval Research Laboratory; private communication with G. SteeleLuxel Corp.

Sugie, T.

S. Kasai, A. Funahashi, S. Konoshima, M. Nagami, T. Sugie, K. Mori, Jpn.J. Appl. Phys. 17, 1625 (1978).

Veigele, W. J.

W. J. Veigele, E. Briggs, L. Bates, E. M. Henry, B. Bracewell, X-Ray Cross Section Compilation from 0.1 ke V to 1 Me V, Vol. 1, rev. 1 (Kaman Sciences Corp., Colorado Springs, 1971);Distributed as document AD 890434 by National Technical Information Service, Department of Commerce U.S., Springfield, Va.

J. Phys. (Paris) 39 (1)

TFR Group, J. Phys. (Paris) 39, C4, 86 (Juillet1978).

Jpn.J. Appl. Phys. (1)

S. Kasai, A. Funahashi, S. Konoshima, M. Nagami, T. Sugie, K. Mori, Jpn.J. Appl. Phys. 17, 1625 (1978).

Nucl. Fusion (1)

Equipe TFR, Nucl. Fusion 15, 1053 (1975).

Phys. Rev. A. (1)

E. Hinnov, Phys. Rev. A. 14, 1533 (1976).

Other (4)

S. Kasai, Japan Atomic Energy Research Inst.; private communication.

W. J. Veigele, E. Briggs, L. Bates, E. M. Henry, B. Bracewell, X-Ray Cross Section Compilation from 0.1 ke V to 1 Me V, Vol. 1, rev. 1 (Kaman Sciences Corp., Colorado Springs, 1971);Distributed as document AD 890434 by National Technical Information Service, Department of Commerce U.S., Springfield, Va.

W. R. Hunter, Naval Research Laboratory; private communication with G. SteeleLuxel Corp.

A. Caruso, J. Osantowski, NASA Goddard SFC; private communication with G. SteeleLuxel Corp.

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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Transmission curves for aluminum (-•-) and polypropylene (- - -) filters and for the series combination of the two (—). Transmission curves of the aluminum filter below 10 nm and of the polypropylene filter below 4.3 nm are calculated from x-ray absorption cross sections of Ref. 6. (Calculated curve for the aluminum filter takes into account 80% transparency of the mesh on which the aluminum is deposited.) Above these wavelengths transmission curves for aluminum and polypropylene filters were obtained from Refs. 7 and 8, respectively.

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

Wavelength scan from repeated discharges across the resonance lines of 0 VIII and 0 VII at 1.90 nm and 21.6/21.8 nm, respectively. Data presented were obtained during JAERI operations. A smooth curve has been fitted through the data points using a Gaussian with a FWHM of 0.13 nm to simulate the instrumental profile for the 0 VIII singlet and a Gaussian with a FWHM of 0.15 nm for the O VII line blend. Scatter of the data about this fitted curve is caused by variations from shot to shot in the plasma behavior. Dotted line indicates the approximate level of the background signal.

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