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Linear-Field Particle Acceleration in Free Space by Spatiotemporally Structured Laser Pulses

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Abstract

We show that net energy transfer via linear-field forces, between a laser pulse and a bunch of multiple interacting electrons, can be realized in unbounded free space by engineering the spatiotemporal structure of light.

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