Characterization of hot dense plasma with plasma parameters

Singh, N; Goyal, A; Chaurasia, S

Singh, N (reprint author), Univ Delhi, Dept Phys, Shyamlal Coll, Delhi 110032, India.

RADIATION PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY, 2018; 146 (): 105

Abstract

Characterization of hot dense plasma (HDP) with its parameters temperature, electron density, skin depth, plasma frequency is demonstrated in this work. The dependence of HDP parameters on temperature and electron density is discussed. The ratio of the intensities of spectral lines within HDP is calculated as a function of electron temperature. The condition of weakly coupled for HDP is verified by calculating coupling constant. Additionally, atomic data such as transition wavelength, excitation energies, line strength, etc. are obtained for Be-like ions on the basis of MCDHF method. In atomic data calculations configuration interaction and relativistic effects QED and Breit corrections are newly included for HDP characterization and this is first result of HDP parameters from extreme ultraviolet (EUV) radiations.

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