Stopping of ions in a plasma irradiated by an intense laser field

@article{Nersisyan2011StoppingOI,
  title={Stopping of ions in a plasma irradiated by an intense laser field},
  author={Hrachya B. Nersisyan and Claude Deutsch},
  journal={arXiv: Plasma Physics},
  year={2011}
}
The inelastic interaction between heavy ions and an electron plasma in the presence of an intense radiation field (RF) is investigated. The stopping power of the test ion averaged with a period of the RF has been calculated assuming that $\omega_{0} >\omega_{p}$, where $\omega_{0}$ is the frequency of the RF and $\omega_{p}$ is the plasma frequency. In order to highlight the effect of the radiation field we present a comparison of our analytical and numerical results obtained for nonzero RF… 
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