Overview of Development of Laser Driven Secondary Sources at PALS and ELI

Abstract : In this paper we report on development of the secondary X-ray sources at the PALS Centre and discuss the plan for the ELI Beamlines project. The spatial and temporal coherence of the most energetic quasi-steady state Ne-like Zn X-ray laser, which is operated at PALS Centre as standard user beamline, was examined proving that amplification of coherent EUV pulses with duration below 1 ps will be possible. Meanwhile, the first transient lasing at PALS Center was achieved using 10 Hz Ti: Sapphire laser chain with peak power of 20 TW as a driver. Finally, we discuss the recent design of laser driven secondary sources generating short coherent or incoherent EUV/X-ray pulses within the ELI Beamlines project.
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M. Kozlova, J. Nejdl, M. Albrecht,, Stéphane Sebban, Julien Gautier, et al.. Overview of Development of Laser Driven Secondary Sources at PALS and ELI. 14th International Conference on X-Ray Lasers, May 2014, Fort Collins, CO, United States. ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-19521-6_4⟩. ⟨hal-01402217⟩

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