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Absolute calibration of Fujifilm BAS-TR image plate response to laser driven protons up to 40 MeV

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S. Ferguson
J. Fuchs
D. Gwynne
C. Lewis
A. Mcilvenny
Z. Najmudin
K. Naughton
P. Norreys
M. Borghesi

Abstract

Image plates (IPs) are a popular detector in the field of laser driven ion acceleration, owing to their high dynamic range and reusability. An absolute calibration of these detectors to laser-driven protons in the routinely produced tens of MeV energy range is, therefore, essential. In this paper, the response of Fujifilm BAS-TR IPs to 1–40 MeV protons is calibrated by employing the detectors in high resolution Thomson parabola spectrometers in conjunction with a CR-39 nuclear track detector to determine absolute proton numbers. While CR-39 was placed in front of the image plate for lower energy protons, it was placed behind the image plate for energies above 10 MeV using suitable metal filters sandwiched between the image plate and CR-39 to select specific energies. The measured response agrees well with previously reported calibrations as well as standard models of IP response, providing, for the first time, an absolute calibration over a large range of proton energies of relevance to current experiments.
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hal-03855449 , version 1 (16-11-2022)

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P. Martin, H. Ahmed, D. Doria, A. Alejo, R. Clarke, et al.. Absolute calibration of Fujifilm BAS-TR image plate response to laser driven protons up to 40 MeV. Review of Scientific Instruments, 2022, 93 (5), pp.053303. ⟨10.1063/5.0089402⟩. ⟨hal-03855449⟩
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