DENSE AND RELATIVISTIC PLASMAS PRODUCED BY COMPACT HIGH-INTENSITY LASERSDonald Umstadter Publications
Date of this Version4-1-2000
AbstractHigh-intensity lasers interacting with plasmas are used to study processes in the laboratory that would otherwise only occur in astrophysics. These include relativistic plasmas, electron acceleration in ultrahigh Ðeld-gradient wake Ðelds, pressure ionization and continuum lowering in strongly coupled plasmas, and X-ray line emission via Raman scattering.
Citation InformationDonald Umstadter, Shouyuan Chen, G. Ma, Anatoly Maksimchuk, et al.. "DENSE AND RELATIVISTIC PLASMAS PRODUCED BY COMPACT HIGH-INTENSITY LASERS" (2000)
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