Laser-driven electron beam and radiation sources for basic, medical and industrial sciences
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- Laser-driven electron beam and radiation sources for basic, medical and industrial sciences
- Kazuhisa Nakajima
- PROCEEDINGS OF THE JAPAN ACADEMY SERIES B-PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, v.91, no.6, pp.223 - 245
- JAPAN ACAD
- To date active research on laser-driven plasma-based accelerators have achieved great progress on production of high-energy, high-quality electron and photon beams in a compact scale. Such laser plasma accelerators have been envisaged bringing a wide range of applications in basic, medical and industrial sciences. Here inheriting the groundbreaker's review article on Laser Acceleration and its future [Toshiki Tajima, (2010)],1) we would like to review recent progress of producing such electron beams due to relativistic laser-plasma interactions followed by laser wakefield acceleration and lead to the scaling formulas that are useful to design laser plasma accelerators with controllability of beam energy and charge. Lastly specific examples of such laserdriven electron/photon beam sources are illustrated. © 2015 The Japan Academy
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