volume 47, issue 1, P1-8 2006
DOI: 10.1088/0029-5515/47/1/001
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Abstract: AbstractSolid deuterium-tritium (D-T) fuel layers for inertial confinement fusion experiments were formed inside of a 2 mm diameter beryllium shell and were characterized using phase-contrast enhanced x-ray imaging.The solid D-T surface roughness is found to be 0.4 µm for modes 7-128 at 1.5 K below the melting temperature. The layer roughness is found to increase with decreasing temperature, in agreement with previous visible light characterization studies. However, phase-contrast enhanced x-ray imaging provi…

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