Longitudinal compression and transverse matching of electron bunch for external injection LPWA at ESCULAP

@article{KWang2017LongitudinalCA,
  title={Longitudinal compression and transverse matching of electron bunch for external injection LPWA at ESCULAP},
  author={K.Wang and E.Baynard and C.Bruni and K.Cassou and V.Chaumat and N.Delerue and J.Demailly and D.Douillet and N.El.Kamchi and D.Garzella and O.Guilbaud and S.Jenzer and S.Kazamias and V.Kubytskyi and P.Lepercq and B.Lucas and G.Maynard and O.Neveu and M.Pittman and R.Prazeres and H.Purwar and D. Lal and Universite De Paris-sud and CNRSIN2p3 and University Paris-Saclay and Orsay and France. and Clups and Laboratoire de Physique des Gaz et des Plasmas and Cnrs and Cliolcp and Ceadrflidyl and Saclay and France Department of Physics and China Department of Physics and Mianyang and China.},
  journal={arXiv: Accelerator Physics},
  year={2017}
}

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