Abstract

Stable 200–400-MeV quasi-monoenergetic electron bunches (ΔE/E<10%), ~ 10-pC charge, and no dark-current are produced when a self-injected laser plasma accelerator is optimized. PIC simulations demonstrate these beams are produced near the threshold for self-injection.

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