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A high-repetition-rate laser-wakefield accelerator for studies of electron acceleration

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A high-repetition-rate laser-wakefield accelerator for studies of electron acceleration. / He, Zhaohan; Nees, John A.; Hou, Bixue; Beaurepaire, Benoit; Malka, Victor; Krushelnick, Karl; Faure, Jerome; Thomas, Alexander George Roy.

In: Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 8779, 877905, 05.2013.

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He, Z, Nees, JA, Hou, B, Beaurepaire, B, Malka, V, Krushelnick, K, Faure, J & Thomas, AGR 2013, 'A high-repetition-rate laser-wakefield accelerator for studies of electron acceleration', Proceedings of SPIE, vol. 8779, 877905. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2019080

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He, Z., Nees, J. A., Hou, B., Beaurepaire, B., Malka, V., Krushelnick, K., Faure, J., & Thomas, A. G. R. (2013). A high-repetition-rate laser-wakefield accelerator for studies of electron acceleration. Proceedings of SPIE, 8779, [877905]. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2019080

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He Z, Nees JA, Hou B, Beaurepaire B, Malka V, Krushelnick K et al. A high-repetition-rate laser-wakefield accelerator for studies of electron acceleration. Proceedings of SPIE. 2013 May;8779. 877905. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2019080

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He, Zhaohan ; Nees, John A. ; Hou, Bixue ; Beaurepaire, Benoit ; Malka, Victor ; Krushelnick, Karl ; Faure, Jerome ; Thomas, Alexander George Roy. / A high-repetition-rate laser-wakefield accelerator for studies of electron acceleration. In: Proceedings of SPIE. 2013 ; Vol. 8779.

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abstract = "We report on an experimental demonstration of laser wake field electron acceleration using few-milijoule laser pulses tightly focused on a 100 μm scale gas target. Using a comparatively low energy pulse has the benefit of a more compact system with a high repetition rate (typically kHz), which can prove useful for both practical applications and better statistical studies of laser plasma interactions. A proof-of-principle experiment was conducted to demonstrate the applicability of such electron sources from laser plasma wake field accelerator for ultrafast electron diffraction. ",
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