Measurement of High-Energy Charged Particles from Laser-Produced Plasmas
High-energy charged particles are copiously produced from the interactions of high power laser beams and matter. These particles may carry with them the bulk of the energy involved as well as the relevant information concerning the mechanisms and the history of the interaction processes.
KeywordsAlpha Particle Energetic Electron Glass Laser Foil Target Target Core
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