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Mid-IR, CO2-Laser driven, Self-Modulated Wakes

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We report a study of self-modulated laser plasma wakefields, at densities down to ~5×1017cm−3, driven by the mid IR (λ=10.6μm), 4ps long, 2-Joule laser pulses from the BNL/ATF CO2 laser.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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