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  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    X. Yang; Enrico Brunetti; D. Reboredo Gil; Gregor H. Welsh; Fei-Yu Li; Silvia Cipiccia; Bernhard Ersfeld; D. W. Grant; P. A. Grant; M. R. Islam; ...
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    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Project: RCUK | West of Scotland Supercom... (EP/K000586/1), EC | EUCARD-2 (312453), RCUK | Application of Next Gener... (EP/J500094/1), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (654148), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (284464), RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), EC | EuPRAXIA (653782), RCUK | CRITICAL MASS: Collective... (EP/J018171/1)

    Laser-wakefield accelerators are compact devices capable of delivering ultra-short electron bunches with pC-level charge and MeV-GeV energy by exploiting the ultra-high electric fields arising from the interaction of intense laser pulses with plasma. We show experimenta...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2019
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    Authors:
    Amina Hussein; Nancy Senabulya; Yong Ma; M. J. V. Streeter; B. Kettle; S. J. D. Dann; Felicie Albert; N. Bourgeois; S. Cipiccia; Jason Cole; ...
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Project: RCUK | Application of Next Gener... (EP/J500094/1), NSERC , EC | EUCARD-2 (312453), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (654148), RCUK | Cockcroft Institute (ST/P002056/1), RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), EC | EuPRAXIA (653782), RCUK | The John Adams Institute ... (ST/P000835/1), RCUK | CRITICAL MASS: Collective... (EP/J018171/1), FCT | POCI/FIS/59574/2004 (59574)

    Abstract Laser-wakefield accelerators (LWFAs) are high acceleration-gradient plasma-based particle accelerators capable of producing ultra-relativistic electron beams. Within the strong focusing fields of the wakefield, accelerated electrons undergo betatron oscillation...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2019
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    Authors:
    K. Kokurewicz; Enrico Brunetti; Gregor H. Welsh; S. M. Wiggins; Marie Boyd; Annette Sorensen; Anthony J. Chalmers; Giuseppe Schettino; A. Subiel; Colleen DesRosiers; ...
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    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Project: RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), EC | EuPRAXIA (653782), EC | EUCARD-2 (312453), RCUK | CRITICAL MASS: Collective... (EP/J018171/1), EC | ARIES (730871), RCUK | Application of Next Gener... (EP/J500094/1), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (654148)

    Abstract The increased inertia of very high-energy electrons (VHEEs) due to relativistic effects reduces scattering and enables irradiation of deep-seated tumours. However, entrance and exit doses are high for collimated or diverging beams. Here, we perform a study base...

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