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Laser Self-Trapping for the Plasma Fiber Accelerator

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A short-pulsed intense laser is injected into an underdense plasma to sustain a self-trapped photon channel. With either high-enough intensity or strong-enough focusing the optical beam causes total electron evacuation on the beam axis. Under appropriate conditions this laser and plasma fiber system can provide a slow wave structure of the electromagnetic wave that is suitable for high-energy acceleration.

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 2 )