Recent Progress in Laser Ion Acceleration View Full Text


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DATE

2016

AUTHORS

Toshiki Tajima

ABSTRACT

The first laser ion acceleration experiments have begun with a method based on the TNSA (target normal sheath acceleration) that did not have an adiabatic process of the accelerating structure created by laser. A great deal of efforts have been dedicated to ever increase the adiabatic process of the accelerating structure with the ions since then. This acquiring of adiabaticity may be done by reducing the group velocity of the laser significantly to match that of ions, or to increase the ion velocity as fast as possible in order to match the fast accelerating structure created by laser. The methods of RPA (radiation pressure acceleration) and CAIL (coherent acceleration of ions by laser) belong to the latter. Finally, the recent entry of the single-cycle laser pulse acceleration (SCPA) marks another notch in the progress to make ion acceleration condition even more accessible and the acceleration results far more attractive by eradicating the oscillatory interference effects. More... »

PAGES

295-313

Book

TITLE

Laser-Driven Particle Acceleration Towards Radiobiology and Medicine

ISBN

978-3-319-31561-4
978-3-319-31563-8

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