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Fusion energy using avalanche increased boron reactions for block-ignition by ultrahigh power picosecond laser pulses—ERRATUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  03 August 2015

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During the proofing stage one of the authors’ names was not spelled out completely, we are correcting that error below.

HEINRICH HORA, GEORG KORN, LORENZO GIUFFRIDA, DANIELE MARGARONE,

ANTONINO PICCIOTTO, JOSEF KRASA, KAREL JUNGWIRTH, JIRI ULLSCHMIED,

PARASKEVAS LALOUSIS, SHALOM ELIEZER, GEORGE H. MILEY, STAVROS MOUSTAIZIS, and GÉRARD MOUROU

ADDENDUM

The original version of this notice gave the wrong first name of the author ANTONINO PICCIOTTO. This has been corrected above, and the original article has been updated to include this author's full name. We are deeply sorry for both the original error and the compounded mis-spelling in the notice, and apologise to the author.

In addition, the following corrections should also be noted:

Page 2, right column, paragraph 1, line 13 should read “After this breakthrough, the measurement of 109/sr reactions (Picciotto et al., 2014; Margarone et al., 2015)”

Page 2, right column, paragraph 4, line 3 should read “…resulted in the generation of 109/sr HB11 reactions.”

References

Hora, H., Korn, G., Giuffrida, L., Margarone, D., Picciotto, A., Krasa, J., Jungwirth, K., Ullschmied, J., Lalousis, P., Eliezer, S., Miley, G.H., Moustaizis, S. & Mourou, G.Fusion energy using avalanche increased boron reactions for block-ignition by ultrahigh power picosecond laser pulses. Laser Part. Beams. doi:10.1017/S0263034615000634. Published by Cambridge University Press, 14 July 2015.Google Scholar
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