7 June 2006 Terawatt CO2 laser: a new tool for strong-field research
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Proceedings Volume 6261, High-Power Laser Ablation VI; 626118 (2006) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.667811
Event: High-Power Laser Ablation 2006, 2006, Taos, NM, United States
We describe the physical principles and architecture of a multi-stage picosecond terawatt CO2 laser system, PITER-I, operational at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL). The laser is a part of the DOE user's facility open for international scientific community. One of the prospective strong-field physics applications of PITER-I is the production of proton- and heavy-ion beams upon irradiating thin-film targets and gas jets. We discuss the possibilities for upgrading a CO2 laser to a multi-terawatt femtosecond regime.
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Igor Pogorelsky, Igor Pogorelsky, Markus Babzien, Markus Babzien, Igor Pavlishin, Igor Pavlishin, Daniil Stolyarov, Daniil Stolyarov, Vitaly Yakimenko, Vitaly Yakimenko, Peter Shkolnikov, Peter Shkolnikov, Alexander Pukhov, Alexander Pukhov, Alexei Zhidkov, Alexei Zhidkov, Victor T. Platonenko, Victor T. Platonenko, } "Terawatt CO2 laser: a new tool for strong-field research", Proc. SPIE 6261, High-Power Laser Ablation VI, 626118 (7 June 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.667811; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.667811


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