Spectra of highly ionized xenon (6–30 nm) excited in W7-AS plasmas
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The xenon spectrum, excited in ECR- and NBI-heated plasmas with central electron densities of around 1020 m-3, and central electron temperatures from 0.7 to 2.5 keV, has been studied photoelectrically with a multi-channel grazing-incidence spectrometer. Besides numerous well-known lines of Zn- and Cu-like Xenon, more than 50 additional lines which have not yet been published in the literature have been found and partly identified,.
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