Abstract

In an inner-shell ionization of RbF generated in a heat pipe by laser-produced soft x rays, continua in the XUV have been observed at 130.4 and 155 nm. These continua show the same properties as the analogous transitions in the rare-gas fluoride molecules. The 130.4-nm fluorescence is attributed to the BX transition, and a discussion of the origin of the 155-nm fluorescence is provided.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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