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CO2 Laser Driven Ion Acceleration in a Gas Jet

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Abstract

A train of multiterawatt, 3 ps CO2 laser pulses is used for proton acceleration in a plasma at the critical density. Maximum energy of ions is strongly affected by a temporal structure of the pulse.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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