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Generation of high-energy electrons in a double gas jet and laser wakefield acceleration

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7 Author(s)
D. Kaganovich ; Plasma Phys. Div., Naval Res. Lab, Washington, DC, USA ; A. C. Ting ; D. F. Gordon ; T. G. Jones
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High-energy electrons were generated by the synchronized interaction of a 2-TW laser beam with a nitrogen gas jet and a 10-TW laser beam with helium gas jet. The jets centers are separated by 0.5 mm distance and the propagation of the lasers are collinear. Plasma electrons were trapped and accelerated by the wakefields generated in the gas jet plasmas to above 20 MeV.

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 2 )