【摘要】：The K-shell x-rays of Ti, V, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, and Zn induced by 424-MeV/u C~(6+) ion impact are measured. It is found that the K x-ray shifts to the high energy side and the intensity ratio of Kβ/Kα is larger than the atomic data, owing to the L-shell multiple-ionization. The x-ray production cross sections are deduced from the experimental counts and compared with the binary encounter approximation(BEA), plane wave approximation(PWBA) and energy-loss Coulomb-repulsion perturbed-stationary-state relativistic(ECPSSR) theoretical predictions. The BEA model with considering the multipleionization fluorescence yield is in better consistence with the experimental results. In addition, the cross section as a function of target atomic K-shell binding energy is presented.