Abstract

A simple formula is given for inverting data in the form of measured integrals Φ(x) of a spherically symmetric density distribution f(r) over planes x = constant. The application of the inversion formula is illustrated by analysis of spatially resolved spectroscopy of x-ray emission from a laser-induced microimplosion of a gas-filled glass sphere.

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