XUV SPECTROSCOPY IN JET

Abstract

The 2m extreme grazing incidence XW Schwob-Fraenkel spectrometer has been described in detail [1]. Its use on the TFR tokamak is presented in a parallel paper [2]. The instrument installed on JET differs in that it has two microchannel plates scanning independently two portions of the spectral range from 10 to 335Å. A full scan takes 164 ms, due to the low number of photons. 127 spectra may be taken during a 20s tokamak discharge. The calculated and measured spectral resolution (FWHM) with a 600g/mm Bausch and Lomb grating and 20 µm entrance slit is shown in Fig. 1 for detector positions, y, between 200 and 390 mm (corresponding wavelengths of the central pixels are 85 and 310 Å, respectively)

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