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Plasma Wakefield Accelerators with Ion Motion and the E-314 Experiment at FACET-II

@inproceedings{Hansel2021PlasmaWA,
  title={Plasma Wakefield Accelerators with Ion Motion and the E-314 Experiment at FACET-II},
  author={C. Hansel and Monika Yadav and Pratik Manwani and Weiming An and W. B. Mori and J. B. Rosenzweig},
  year={2021}
}
A future plasma based linear collider has the potential to reach unprecedented energies and transform our understanding of high energy physics. The extremely dense beams in such a device would cause the plasma ions to fall toward the axis. For more mild ion motion, this introduces a nonlinear perturbation to the focusing fields inside of the bubble. However, for extreme ion motion, the ion distribution collapses to a quasi-equilibrium characterized by a thin filament of extreme density on the… 

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