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Single-shot electrons and protons time-resolved detection from high-intensity laser–solid matter interactions at SPARC_LAB

  • F. Bisesto (a1), M. Galletti (a2) (a3), M. P. Anania (a1), M. Ferrario (a1), R. Pompili (a1), M. Botton (a4), A. Zigler (a1) (a4), F. Consoli (a5), M. Salvadori (a5), P. Andreoli (a5) and C. Verona (a6)...

Abstract

Laser–plasma interactions have been studied in detail over the past twenty years, as they show great potential for the next generation of particle accelerators. The interaction between an ultra-intense laser and a solid-state target produces a huge amount of particles: electrons and photons (X-rays and $\unicode[STIX]{x03B3}$ -rays) at early stages of the process, with protons and ions following them. At SPARC_LAB Test Facility we have set up two diagnostic lines to perform simultaneous temporally resolved measurements on both electrons and protons.

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Correspondence to:  F. Bisesto, INFN-LNF, Via Enrico Fermi 40, 00044 Frascati, Italy. Email: fabrizio.giuseppe.bisesto@lnf.infn.it

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Single-shot electrons and protons time-resolved detection from high-intensity laser–solid matter interactions at SPARC_LAB

  • F. Bisesto (a1), M. Galletti (a2) (a3), M. P. Anania (a1), M. Ferrario (a1), R. Pompili (a1), M. Botton (a4), A. Zigler (a1) (a4), F. Consoli (a5), M. Salvadori (a5), P. Andreoli (a5) and C. Verona (a6)...

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