Physics of particle trapping in ultrarelativistic plasma wakes

Erdem Oz
Unrestricted The accelerator at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center is the world's largest linear accelerator. The electron beam produced here is unique; it is an ultra-relativistic, 28.5 GeV, and ultra-intense (rms bunch length and spot size (~ 10-50 microns) electron beam. Its radial field is so intense that it can field ionize and create a plasma as it traverses a neutral gas. It also creates a very large amplitude (10s of GV/m) plasma wave. When...
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