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Double Relativistic Electron Accelerating Mirror
AbstractIn the present paper, the possibility of generation of thin dense relativistic electron layers is shown using the analytical and numerical modeling of laser pulse interaction with ultra-thin layers. It was shown that the maximum electron energy can be gained by optimal tuning between the target width, intensity and laser pulse duration. The optimal parameters were obtained from a self-consistent system of Maxwell equations and the equation of motion of electron layer. For thin relativistic electron layers, the gaining of maximum electron energies requires a second additional overdense plasma layer, thus cutting the laser radiation off the plasma screen at the instant of gaining the maximum energy (DREAM-schema).
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Andreev, A.; Platonov, K.; Sadykova, S. Double Relativistic Electron Accelerating Mirror. Appl. Sci. 2013, 3, 94-106.View more citation formats
Andreev A, Platonov K, Sadykova S. Double Relativistic Electron Accelerating Mirror. Applied Sciences. 2013; 3(1):94-106.Chicago/Turabian Style
Andreev, Alexander; Platonov, Konstantin; Sadykova, Saltanat. 2013. "Double Relativistic Electron Accelerating Mirror." Appl. Sci. 3, no. 1: 94-106.
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