Femtosecond dynamics of energetic electrons in high intensity laser-matter interactions


Highly energetic electrons are generated at the early phases of the interaction of short-pulse high-intensity lasers with solid targets. These escaping particles are identified as the essential core of picosecond-scale phenomena such as laser-based acceleration, surface manipulation, generation of intense magnetic fields and electromagnetic pulses… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/srep35000


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