Y. Y. Ma

T. Sokollik1
N. A. M. Hafz1
Z. M. Sheng1
1T. Sokollik
1N. A. M. Hafz
1Z. M. Sheng
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Ionization-induced injection mechanism was introduced in 2010 to reduce the laser intensity threshold for controllable electron trapping in laser wakefield accelerators (LWFA). However, usually it generates electron beams with continuous energy spectra. Subsequently, a dual-stage target separating the injection and acceleration processes was regarded as(More)
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