Multi-GeV energy gain in a plasma-wakefield accelerator.

@article{Hogan2005MultiGeVEG,
  title={Multi-GeV energy gain in a plasma-wakefield accelerator.},
  author={M. J. Hogan and C. D. Barnes and C. E. Clayton and F. J. Decker and S Deng and P. Emma and Cheng-ping Huang and R. H. Iverson and D. K. Johnson and Chang Joshi and Tom Katsouleas and Patrick Krejcik and Wen-qi Lu and K. A. Marsh and W. B. Mori and P. Muggli and Claire L O'Connell and Erdem Oz and Robert H. Siemann and Dieter Walz},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={95 5},
  pages={054802}
}
A plasma-wakefield accelerator has accelerated particles by over 2.7 GeV in a 10 cm long plasma module. A 28.5 GeV electron beam with 1.8 x 10(10) electrons is compressed to 20 microm longitudinally and focused to a transverse spot size of 10 microm at the entrance of a 10 cm long column of lithium vapor with density 2.8 x 10(17) atoms/cm3. The electron… CONTINUE READING

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