Plasma acceleration limitations due to betatron radiation

@article{VShpakov2018PlasmaAL,
  title={Plasma acceleration limitations due to betatron radiation},
  author={V.Shpakov and E.Chiadroni and A.Curcio and H.Fares and M.Ferrario and A.Marocchino and F.Mira and V.Petrillo and A.R.Rossi and S.Romeo},
  journal={arXiv: Accelerator Physics},
  year={2018}
}
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