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Theoretical Aspects of Ion Energy Increase in Laser Produced Plasmas Due to Static Magnetic Fields

  • Heinrich Hora
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Abstract

The increase Δε of the ion energy ε of a laser produced plasma due to an additional applied static magnetic field H oriented perpendicular to the stratified plasma boundary for moderate laser intensities led experimentally to the relation ε3Δε/H4 = const. The ponderomotive force equation including the gasdynamic pressure and the electromagnetic fields from the laser and the static magnetic field reproduces the relation exactly, and results in a reasonable number for the constant consistent with the assumption of an ion density of about 1017 cm −3 in the diamagnetic boundary layer.

Keywords

Static Magnetic Field Force Density Ponderomotive Force Laser Interaction Plasma Phenomenon 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Heinrich Hora
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  1. 1.Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute-Hartford Graduate Ctr.HartfordUSA

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