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Laser Manipulation of H- Beams: a Snowmass 2022 White Paper

@inproceedings{Rakhman2022LaserMO,
  title={Laser Manipulation of H- Beams: a Snowmass 2022 White Paper},
  author={Abdurahim Rakhman},
  year={2022}
}
Future high-power (10 – 20 MW) hadron accelerators offer many unique opportunities for fundamental science and nuclear applications. With the completion of Proton Power Upgrade (PPU) at 2.8 MW [1] and European Spallation Source (ESS) at 5 MW [2], the attention will be focused on the next high-power machine in hadron accelerator community. Charge exchange injection into a synchrotron using diamond stripper foils offers great advantage over direct proton acceleration. However, there are clear… 

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