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In order to implement a Scenario of π− catalysis of Deuterium–Tritium (DT) thermonuclear reactions in a dense and hot precompressed target plasma envisioned in the Intertial Confinement Fusion (ICF) fast ignition approach, we pay detailed attention to the stopping of negative pions arising from electro-disintregration of target D and T nuclei by ultra-relativistic e-beams. Emphasis is put on a mostly non-relativistic pion velocity regime (E ≤ 10 MeV).
We address the issues of collective stopping for intense relativistic
electron beams (REB) used to selectively ignite precompressed deuterium +
tritium (DT) fuels. We investigate the subtle interplay of electron
collisions in target as well as in beam plasmas with quasi-linear
electromagnetic growth rates. Intrabeam scattering is found effective in
taming those instabilities, in particular for high transverse
The stopping at low (V < Vth) and high (V ≤ Vth) velocity, of N strongly correlated ion debris is investigated for the case of a dense and classical electron target. The considered topologies of cluster projectile charges are taken cubic like, and circular, respectively. A specific emphasis is given to the N-dependence, and also to the topological features of the corresponding enhanced correlated stopping.
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